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|Retired Military Generals, Experts Advise FG On Seeking Help From China by DrEmmy01(m): 9:09pm On May 24, 2021|
Some retired military generals and security experts, weekend, advised the Federal Government to strive to expand Nigeria’s partnership with China to tackle the insecurity across the country. The experts spoke at a web conference themed ‘Nigeria-China Collaboration in Tackling Security Challenges’ organised by the Secure Nigeria First Initiative. In his keynote address, the Founder and Managing Director, Lathad Consulting Ltd, Brigadier General Alade Adedigba (rtd), said security partnership between Nigeria and China was more likely to create a strong and sustainable defense against insurgents in the Northeast region. He urged the government to be less concerned with seeking financial support for infrastructure, but rather focus more on attracting military hardware and training from China to support Nigeria’s counterinsurgency operations. “There has been a concerted effort on the part of the Federal Government to seek assistance from friendly nations like China in the area of railway and other infrastructure. “But in the area of security technology, without adequate training and military equipment, there is going to be a problem. These are areas Nigerians can seek assistance from the Chinese government,” he said. According to him, the Federal Government should be able to develop a strong bilateral relationship with the right foreign partners to attract benefits that will provide opportunities to take Nigeria’s counterinsurgency operations to the next level. Speaking on the role of logistics in tackling insecurity, Brigadier General P. Yusuf (rtd), noted that China can give direct support for equipment, training, and improved platforms for the Nigerian Armed Forces. Other speakers at the event include security consultant, Opeyemi Oluwadare; defence entrepreneur, Prince Gbenro Olateru-Olagbegi; and management/corporate governance expert, Professor Joshua Okpanachi. They noted that the biggest challenge for Nigeria in curbing banditry, kidnapping, and insurgency was providing adequate investment in education and youth development, especially sports and entertainment. On his part, the President, Secure Nigeria First Initiative, Mr. Samuel Fanika, said that a safe Nigeria meant protected investments and an economic boom for all. So, the SNFI president called on the international community to, in spite of Nigeria’s security challenges, continually see the country as a destination for investments and businesses.
Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2021/05/insecurity-retired-military-generals-experts-advise-fg-on-seeking-help-from-china/
|Re: Retired Military Generals, Experts Advise FG On Seeking Help From China by Daveambition(m): 9:12pm On May 24, 2021|
Rubbish thought & yeye gathering talks..
Country wey dey against police using bodycam & forbids the military from videoing any happenings in the battlefield
This ones just wants China to supply them guns that they will give to their Fulani warriors
|Re: Retired Military Generals, Experts Advise FG On Seeking Help From China by Bola146(f): 9:18pm On May 24, 2021|
Another source of looting
|Re: Retired Military Generals, Experts Advise FG On Seeking Help From China by Psalm41: 9:25pm On May 24, 2021|
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