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Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by MondayOsunbor(m): 7:40am On Jun 11
dre11:




https://punchng.com/cds-meets-military-chiefs-prepares-70-generals-for-exit/



i told you guys


enough guys will retire!

cutting the whole entire army officers who are dancing to the tune of former COAS and buhari!
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by IJEYdiamond(f): 7:42am On Jun 11
Wonderful.... okokobioko...

How true is this story... 70 ke!!!..
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by Chuksgeo: 7:42am On Jun 11
This is a dangerous trend, for bureaucracy especially in the military or paramilitary services with regards to the security challenges in the land

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Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by Trustedpronet: 7:44am On Jun 11
If you ask me..the generals have been useless, careless about the insecurity in Nigeria. Maybe the new C37 will do better. Let's watch and pray.
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by yusluvad(m): 7:45am On Jun 11
Afolabimills:
One day soon all this nonsense from this evil tribalistic jihadist hypocrites govt shall come to an end
Amen!

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Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by vertueptime: 7:48am On Jun 11
Unfortunate to even come from a former general, this is a blunder, blunder

Thegracefulness:
Update: Majority of you are daft for telling me to ignore this because previous administrations did it. You have no idea how clownish you sound trying to convince me to part with evil because someone else must have done it. That’s the problem. Party affiliations would blind you. I’m not concerned if anybody has done this before. This is wrong and unnecessary. Do you know how many hundreds of millions the struggling economy would have to cough out to compensate these men? When it could ordinarily have been avoided. Buhari campaigned on integrity. Buhari campaigned on changing the “status quo.” Thrice. Just to come and do the same thing others were doing? Do you see how insensible you sound?

Agree with me or not, this is unfair and underserved retirement for this men. No matter what political views you subscribe to, if you’re being fair and reasonable, you’d see Nigeria is facing a terrible security crisis that requires all hands on deck. You cannot be retiring Generals at this point in time, and you know why these men are going on retirement. A very flimsy and petty reason. You know who’s behind this.

What would it have caused the President to appoint a competent Chief of Army staff from the regular course 36? Ask yourself again. And then you argue that it is to his discretion. But when a person’s choice, when their discretion is causing so much vile and resentment, and public outcry, does it not show something is inherently wrong with the person and inadvertently their ability to make choices?
Currently, I’m yet to see people who trusts the President’s good judgement. If you do, notify me, let me tell you where you belong.

He made a claim on AriseTv, that he only appoints people who he knows. But is the seat of Governance a family reunion? You don’t have to know these individuals. There’s a public service commission. There are individuals responsible for suggesting appointments to you. Appointments generally should be for the betterment of the people. Not to satisfy your familiarity or ethnocentric tendencies.

Do you know by implication, he’s saying all those men do not level up to the substance of the newly appointed vaunted Farouk Yahaya? That’s an insult to men who are older than him in the force, who worked and served their asses off to a country that does not rate them. Nigeria is sending them off to compulsory retirement simply because of what? The Nigerian “Presidency” is playing with matters of great national security. These appointments are bedevilling.

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Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by Baawahala: 7:48am On Jun 11
iceboy4752:


Although it is unfair to retire people forcefully so as to appoint a junior. This has been an extant military tradition in Nigeria. I hope you said same when other Generals were retired forcefully under the the last administration to appoint Azubuike as Chief Of Army Staff?



Some of you folks are just being hypocritical. You call this Government a “Jihadist” Government. Meanwhile, this same “Jihadist Government” appointed Leo Irhabor, a Christian Southerner to become the Chief of Defence Staff. I hope you're aware that this position is the highest in the military? Under Goodluck Jonathan, a “non-Jihadist”, no single Muslim Northerner served as Chief of Army Staff or Chief of Defence Staff. Meanwhile, this “Jihadist” fairly appointed two Northerners and two Southerners as service chiefs.

No Muslim Northerner my foot,you guys are too greedy..
Out of the Security chiefs,you only chose Army chief and Defence...must you be in appointments...
Look at things holistically, must you always be given unmerited appointments for you to be happy?
Out of all the administrations,you are mentioning Jonathan even when he balanced the appointment,and even favoured us more than the South.
Is it your birthright? check out the history of appointments in Army,Police,Navy,Air force,FCT and even president/head of state and tell me who is cheating who...
Wicked and greedy elements.
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by NaijaOlosho(f): 7:54am On Jun 11
Jamesbally:


Tinubu will rule over you in Biafra. grin

This was how you were shouting sai baba 4+4 now how far?? grin
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by Dchair2: 8:01am On Jun 11
casdoruche:
Many people don't know that when you kill bureaucracy, you kill zeal to work. Buhari and all APC zombies are fools.

And that's one of the reasons they keep finding it hard to defeat boko haram, bandits etc because they keep flushing out men and women who have been trained with tax payers money, people who have gathered experience over the years and replace them with those who are just coming up. Our once upon a time brave, experienced, tactical, efficient and respected armed forces has now been reduced to something else! Low morale, soldiers going AWOL, with mistrust amongst themselves, etc one can go on and on
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by Odidigboigbo(m): 8:02am On Jun 11
Senior Officers are angry that they are being retired because their junior was promoted above them; While some junior officers like my Landlord will be happy that he will get promotion because of the vacancies created by easing out 36 regular course members. He was already in high spirit the last time I spoke with him.

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Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by PrinceofHCI(m): 8:08am On Jun 11
casdoruche:
Many people don't know that when you kill bureaucracy, you kill zeal to work. Buhari and all APC zombies are fools.
Friend, your signature speaks volume of the plain truth about the HAUSA & FULANI! Kudos!!!
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by obinoral1179(m): 8:10am On Jun 11
Thegracefulness:
Update: Majority of you are telling me to ignore this because previous administrations did it. You have no idea how clownish you sound trying to convince me to part with evil because someone else must have done it. That’s the problem. Party affiliations would blind your conscience from speaking truth. I’m not concerned if anybody has done this before. It is wrong and unnecessary. Do you know how many hundreds of millions the struggling economy would have to cough out to compensate these men? When it could ordinarily have been avoided. Buhari campaigned on integrity. Buhari campaigned on changing the “status quo.” Thrice. Just to come and do the same thing others were doing? Do you see how insensible you sound?

Agree with me or not, this is unfair and underserved retirement for this men. No matter what political views you subscribe to, if you’re being fair and reasonable, you’d see Nigeria is facing terrible security crisis that requires all hands on deck. You cannot be retiring Generals at this point, and you all know why these men are going on retirement. A very flimsy and petty reason. You know who’s behind this.

What would it have caused the President to appoint a competent Chief of Army staff from the regular course 36? Ask yourself again. And then you argue that it is to his discretion. But when a person’s choice—when their discretion is causing so much vile and resentment, and public outcry, does it not show something is inherently wrong with the person and inadvertently their ability to make choices?
Currently, I’m yet to see people who trusts the President’s good judgement. If you do, notify me, let me tell you where you belong.

He made a claim on AriseTv, that he only appoints people who he knows. But is the seat of Governance a family reunion? You don’t have to know these individuals. There’s a public service commission. There are individuals responsible for suggesting appointments to you. Appointments generally should be for the betterment of the people. Not to satisfy your familiarity or ethnocentric tendencies.

Do you know by implication, he’s saying all those men do not level up to the substance of the newly appointed vaunted Farouk Yahaya? That’s an insult to men who are older in the force, who worked and served their asses off to a country that does not rate them. Nigeria is sending them off to compulsory retirement simply because of what? The Nigerian “Presidency” is playing with matters of great national security. These appointments are bedevilling.

Landed properties for sale in Igbo-Etche, Port Harcourt. With legal documents.
You just spoke my mind but I think the moment you become a general in the arm forces you already know what will befall you.

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Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by ArcFresky(m): 8:11am On Jun 11
Thegracefulness:
Update:

I agree with you, in saner climes reaching a top office like a general would have been as a result of credibilitym


Being a president requires mental alertness. I don't think PMB is mentally alert, because the Nigeria we have today is full of sycophants, so you need the ability to discern.

TO this end, I dare say PMB is a like a blind man in government, and because he cannot really believe his advisers, his mind thinks its best to appoint people from Katsina or its environs.
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by Oracleforce: 8:12am On Jun 11
Nothing last forever...make the Generals too come join the civilian make dem come experience police brutality like the civilian...

Next.....
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by Crgpeter: 8:17am On Jun 11
iceboy4752:


Chief of defence staff has no real power, he is just an adviser.



Some of you folks are just being hypocritical. You call this Government a “Jihadist” Government. Meanwhile, this same “Jihadist Government” appointed Leo Irhabor, a Christian Southerner to become the Chief of Defence Staff. I hope you're aware that this position is the highest in the military? Under Goodluck Jonathan, a “non-Jihadist”, no single Muslim Northerner served as Chief of Army Staff or Chief of Defence Staff. Meanwhile, this “Jihadist” fairly appointed two Northerners and two Southerners as service chiefs.
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by MrUchenna1(m): 8:20am On Jun 11
ACTION BEFORE THINKING.......KARAKOTA ....
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by One4me: 8:21am On Jun 11
saheedbadmus:
Oooboy that's bad..so dats means no one in the military or navy / airforce would pray for the promotion of his colleague or jnr so that they wont be asked to resign..na wao .. well since that's there way of life,wish dem best of luck

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But it is a waste of human resources, for a country short of Competent hands and in an insurgency, to be wasting trained officers like this.

This Buhari is a harbinger of everything evil sha. angry
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by DrSamOnowu87(m): 8:21am On Jun 11
[quote author=Ramon92 post=102600543]When the Northerners were getting actively recruited in the military, the Southerners believed that school/education is the way to go, but in reality anything military/defense is a priority and comes first before any other sector regardless of the circumstance. This is one of the effects playing out.

In fairness to Buhari, he made a point that those retired in favor of the new CoAS doesn't have the field experience to manage the troops which is perfectly logical. Theory stays in the head, practical brings experience.

And from yesterday's interview, I saw a man who knows what the country's problem is and how to tackle.
Those retired doesn't have field experience? The same field experience Buratai had and yet d nation was bedevilled by insecurity & he could not do anything 4 year he was in office as d COAS & even said dat d situation wil continue for d next 20 yrs.
His dementia? d kind of excuses we made for dis failed political office holders baffles me. God help us.
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by weslay: 8:24am On Jun 11
Far better than sending all of them on an Ill fated flight.
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by eduj(m): 8:30am On Jun 11
Ramon92:


And from yesterday's interview, I saw a man who knows what the country's problem is and how to tackle it but his dementia or whatever sickness he has is seriously letting him down and being taken advantage of ruthlessly by his handlers. He might not be as articulate as we expect a president to be which makes most of his words taken out of context, but a neutral mind will get his points.

The blame should go round and much of it should go to his aides/handlers who I believe constantly lie to the president

1) end sars was young people trying to topple him
2) End Sars caused unemployment and Nigerias economic woes
3) youths should employ themselves and not look to government to create the promised millions of jobs
4) state governors should tackle Herdmen issue and not disturb him but he will face the ESN/BIAFRA
5) Herdmen aren't even Nigerians
6) the french demarcated the boundary wrongly and removed his cousins to another country and the railway we are building with loans to Niger republic is for our own good
7)The SE is a dot surrounded and the SS is loyal to one Nigeria.And every igbo man is Ipob.

cool did I miss any other something from the interview you said showed you our president know how to tackle Nigerias problems ?

When a southern becomes president and populates his government with people he knows and with skill from his region only, posts like this will be used as a reference
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by Zainabthegirl1(f): 8:34am On Jun 11
It’s well
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by frog12: 11:08am On Jun 11
i like irabor. he look like war manager. but this tradition is a big LOSS. small boys are being turned to OLD MEN.
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by Bennycollins: 11:25am On Jun 11
It is very worrisome that our young people don't think and they hail those old people underdeveloping them. Someone had abused me here yesterday over this same issues and concern you raise here.
Thegracefulness:
Update: Majority of you are telling me to ignore this because previous administrations did it. You have no idea how clownish you sound trying to convince me to part with evil because someone else must have done it. That’s the problem. Party affiliations would blind your conscience from speaking truth. I’m not concerned if anybody has done this before. It is wrong and unnecessary. Do you know how many hundreds of millions the struggling economy would have to cough out to compensate these men? When it could ordinarily have been avoided. Buhari campaigned on integrity. Buhari campaigned on changing the “status quo.” Thrice. Just to come and do the same thing others were doing? Do you see how insensible you sound?

Agree with me or not, this is unfair and underserved retirement for this men. No matter what political views you subscribe to, if you’re being fair and reasonable, you’d see Nigeria is facing terrible security crisis that requires all hands on deck. You cannot be retiring Generals at this point, and you all know why these men are going on retirement. A very flimsy and petty reason. You know who’s behind this.

What would it have caused the President to appoint a competent Chief of Army staff from the regular course 36? Ask yourself again. And then you argue that it is to his discretion. But when a person’s choice—when their discretion is causing so much vile and resentment, and public outcry, does it not show something is inherently wrong with the person and inadvertently their ability to make choices?
Currently, I’m yet to see people who trusts the President’s good judgement. If you do, notify me, let me tell you where you belong.

He made a claim on AriseTv, that he only appoints people who he knows. But is the seat of Governance a family reunion? You don’t have to know these individuals. There’s a public service commission. There are individuals responsible for suggesting appointments to you. Appointments generally should be for the betterment of the people. Not to satisfy your familiarity or ethnocentric tendencies.

Do you know by implication, he’s saying all those men do not level up to the substance of the newly appointed vaunted Farouk Yahaya? That’s an insult to men who are older in the force, who worked and served their asses off to a country that does not rate them. Nigeria is sending them off to compulsory retirement simply because of what? The Nigerian “Presidency” is playing with matters of great national security. These appointments are bedevilling.

Landed properties for sale in Igbo-Etche, Port Harcourt. With legal documents.
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by Spidermon: 12:39pm On Jun 11
RuddyFusion:
I would have bothered if they have made any meaningful contribution to the security and stability of this nation....

What is the essence of having Generals and service chiefs that can't protect the people?

Nigerians are bring killed like fowls across board from Benue to Oyo state ..what has these so called Generals and service chiefs done to improve our security architecture?

Bandits and Fulani herdsmen everywhere

Unprofessionalism and corruption in all the branches of our security forces..

Killing, harassment and maiming of innocent Nigerians.....


So they all including the ones that will remain in service can all go to HELL and stay there
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by Gbabe2: 1:25pm On Jun 11
Ramon92:


When the Northerners were getting actively recruited in the military, the Southerners believed that school/education is the way to go, but in reality anything military/defense is a priority and comes first before any other sector regardless of the circumstance. This is one of the effects playing out.

In fairness to Buhari, he made a point that those retired in favor of the new CoAS doesn't have the field experience to manage the troops which is perfectly logical. Theory stays in the head, practical brings experience.

And from yesterday's interview, I saw a man who knows what the country's problem is and how to tackle it but his dementia or whatever sickness he has is seriously letting him down and being taken advantage of ruthlessly by his handlers. He might not be as articulate as we expect a president to be which makes most of his words taken out of context, but a neutral mind will get his points.

The blame should go round and much of it should go to his aides/handlers who I believe constantly lie to the president about the current situation and the citizens who doesn't have the minds of their own. A leader who shouldn't be there the second time is the result.

Let's stop being emotional and see things objectively as they are.



And this is one of the main reasons why some people would prefer to have their own nation. Have you ever applied to any public job whatsoever in Nigeria? I am sure you have not. Be it military, paramilitary, or public government jobs, its just man no man and any affiliation to the dominant tribe. Do you think there is fair play in anything in Nigeria? That is one of the reasons why they are well-positioned for all those lucrative jobs. Take a look at the composition of the supreme court and Customs. Its dominated by the Northerners. To tell you the truth, they are well positioned for any good opportunity even if they are morons and unintelligent.
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by smartapps(m): 2:04pm On Jun 11
Bros, no need for too much grammar. Sensible Nigerians all know there is deep, deep problem with this Buhari government. We've never had it this bad.

Thegracefulness:
Update: Majority of you are telling me to ignore this because previous administrations did it. You have no idea how clownish you sound trying to convince me to part with evil because someone else must have done it. That’s the problem. Party affiliations would blind your conscience from speaking truth. I’m not concerned if anybody has done this before. It is wrong and unnecessary. Do you know how many hundreds of millions the struggling economy would have to cough out to compensate these men? When it could ordinarily have been avoided. Buhari campaigned on integrity. Buhari campaigned on changing the “status quo.” Thrice. Just to come and do the same thing others were doing? Do you see how insensible you sound?

Agree with me or not, this is unfair and underserved retirement for this men. No matter what political views you subscribe to, if you’re being fair and reasonable, you’d see Nigeria is facing terrible security crisis that requires all hands on deck. You cannot be retiring Generals at this point, and you all know why these men are going on retirement. A very flimsy and petty reason. You know who’s behind this.

What would it have cost the President to appoint a competent Chief of Army staff from the regular course 36? Ask yourself again. And then you argue that it is to his discretion. But when a person’s choice—when their discretion is causing so much vile and resentment, and public outcry, does it not show something is inherently wrong with the person and inadvertently their ability to make choices?
Currently, I’m yet to see people who trusts the President’s good judgement. If you do, notify me, let me tell you where you belong.

He made a claim on AriseTv, that he only appoints people who he knows. But is the seat of Governance a family reunion? You don’t have to know these individuals. There’s a public service commission. There are individuals responsible for suggesting appointments to you. Appointments generally should be for the betterment of the people. Not to satisfy your familiarity or ethnocentric tendencies.

Do you know by implication, he’s saying all those men do not level up to the substance of the newly appointed vaunted Farouk Yahaya? That’s an insult to men who are older in the force, who worked and served their asses off to a country that does not rate them. Nigeria is sending them off to compulsory retirement simply because of what? The Nigerian “Presidency” is playing with matters of great national security. These appointments are bedevilling.

Landed properties for sale in Igbo-Etche, Port Harcourt. With legal documents.
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by ItswellMike: 3:50pm On Jun 11
Thank u. How ever who appointed his aides or handlers for him.
He has stated it clearly that he appoints people he knows and can work with.
After 6 years, my brother without dementia Mr President has nothing to offer. It is that simple
Ramon92:
When the Northerners were getting actively recruited in the military, the Southerners believed that school/education is the way to go, but in reality anything military/defense is a priority and comes first before any other sector regardless of the circumstance. This is one of the effects playing out.

In fairness to Buhari, he made a point that those retired in favor of the new CoAS doesn't have the field experience to manage the troops which is perfectly logical. Theory stays in the head, practical brings experience.

And from yesterday's interview, I saw a man who knows what the country's problem is and how to tackle it but his dementia or whatever sickness he has is seriously letting him down and being taken advantage of ruthlessly by his handlers. He might not be as articulate as we expect a president to be which makes most of his words taken out of context, but a neutral mind will get his points.

The blame should go round and much of it should go to his aides/handlers who I believe constantly lie to the president about the current situation and the citizens who doesn't have the minds of their own. A leader who shouldn't be there the second time is the result.

Let's stop being emotional and see things objectively as they are.
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by MightySparrow: 3:51pm On Jun 11
NaijaOlosho:
Tinubu is another disaster waiting to happen

Don't be fooled


In the name of all that is true it will not!
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by Pharaoh4rin(m): 5:14pm On Jun 11
garfield1:


Who told you the new coas is inferior.are you ok? He is more competent than other generals

Inferior in position my friend.
By Superior officer in this context, I meant someone who has attained a higher position or hierarchy either by merit or by privilege.

So when I said that the new coas is inferior, I meant that he has other higher ranks than himself before his engagement.
Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by Banmeallday: 5:16pm On Jun 11
Nigeria army is not a real army, but armed personal meant to keep everyone hostage as the resources are siphoned abroad. That is why they cant fight anyone without British or foreign direction....

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Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by garfield1: 5:32pm On Jun 11
Pharaoh4rin:


Inferior in position my friend.
By Superior officer in this context, I meant someone who has attained a higher position or hierarchy either by merit or by privilege.

So when I said that the new coas is inferior, I meant that he has other higher ranks than himself before his engagement.

You should have been more specific sha but in terms of merit,experience and quality,he is better than most major generals.look at his promotional history. He is course 37 but was promoted ahead of his coursemates in 2017 when course 35 and 36 were promoted to man gen.infact,his name was among the first five while his mates in course 37 were promoted from 2018 to 2019.,this depicts merits and hardwork

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Re: CDS Meets Military Chiefs, Prepares 70 Generals For Exit by Pharaoh4rin(m): 6:24pm On Jun 11
garfield1:


You should have been more specific sha but in terms of merit,experience and quality,he is better than most major generals.look at his promotional history. He is course 37 but was promoted ahead of his coursemates in 2017 when course 35 and 36 were promoted to man gen.infact,his name was among the first five while his mates in course 37 were promoted from 2018 to 2019.,this depicts merits and hardwork

You have a better follow-up than me to that effect.

But need I tell you that promotion in our armed forces is most ridiculed by nepotism, bigotry and to a deeper extend tribalism. Guy, if you know how promotion is done now, you'll weep for our current crop of armed forces especially since Buhari came to power.

When was the last time we experienced this sort of mass exodus from our military like we have witnessed for the past 5years?

I have friends and relatives in the armed forces. Good friends that we would rather sleep together whenever we meet than stay apart. In fact it's an offense.

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