Dapchi: Shake-up in army as new provost marshal, DMI appointed

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A major shake-up has taken place in the Nigerian Army with the appointment of a new Director, Military Intelligence and an Acting Provost Marshall.

With the new appointment, Major-General S.A Adebayo, is now the new Director Military Intelligence (DMI), while Brigadier-General H. Ahmed, is Acting Provost Marshal (Army).

The redeployment is contained in a document of posting and appointment/amendment of Nigerian Army officers, signed by Major-General F. Yamaha, Military Secretary (Army).

The adjustment included Majors-General H. Garba, who is now Chief of Defence Logistics, K I Abdulkareem, Nigerian Army Resource Centre, A. A. Tarfa, former DMI, to Nigerian Army Corp of Artillery as Corps Commander and A. M. Dikko, to Defence Headquarters.

Others are I O Rabiu, J B Olawunmi, Corp Commander Nigerian Army Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, G Oyefosobi, Commander, NATRAC, KAY Isiyaku, A T Haman, former Provost Marshall is to move to the DHQ, as Director Peace Keeping Operations, M O Uzoh, DHQ, AM Aliyu, to Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA), and HTZ Vintinaba, to DHQ.

Also affected were Brigadiers-General FOE Pearce, NAWC, S. Mohammed, Acting Director DMPIA, and A A Aribiyi.



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