General Malu Charge Commanders To Create Lasting Legacy


Major General John Malu has urge Brigadier General Bainze H Mohammad in Engineering Education and Colonel Oladimeji G Olaniyi to ensure that they leave a lasting legacy that will go down in history.

Reporting by Akinola Ajibola Lieutenant Assistant Director Army Public Relations Nigeria Army Engineers 16 April 2019, said, "as Commander of Education and Band Corps visits The Commander Corps of Engineers (CCE) Major General John Malu has charged the Acting Commander Corps of Education Brigadier General Bainze H Mohammed and Acting Director Nigerian Army Band Corps Colonel Oladimeji G Olaniyi to ensure they leave a lasting legacy that will go down the anal of history of their various corps The Chief Sapper General Malu stated this on 15th and 16th April 2019 while receiving the Commander and Director of both corps at the Otubu Conference room of Headquarters Nigeria Army Engineers (NAE) in Bonny Cantonment Victoria Island Lagos during their courtesy visit to the Headquarter. In his words the number one Engineer Officer of Nigeria Army said "I will advise you to create a lasting legacy that will stand the test of time in terms of human capacity building of your personnel and structures for the benefit of your roops". He further stated hat NAE is ready and willing to provide support to both corps in any capacity deem fit when called upon The Acting Commander and Director of both Corps thanked the CCE for his listening ears and open door policy, they promised to work on areas of partnership that will be beneficial to Nigerian Army as a whole in the discharge of its constitutional role Highlight of the visits were the inspection of Quarter guard and presentation of the triple role Sapper souvenir to both senior officers by the CCE. Present at the occasion was the Chief of Staff HQ NAE Brigadier General Abayomi Salako, Director of Standard and Evaluation HQ NAE Brigadier General Kabir Suleiman and other Principal Staff Officers".
Photo from the event shown bellow

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