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Army reveals date for COAS 2024 first quarter conference

Army reveals date for COAS 2024 first quarter conference

The Nigerian Army has revealed the date for its Chief of Army Staff First Quarter Conference 2024 scheduled to be held at the Army Headquarters Command Officers’ Mess, Asokoro in Abuja.

The conference scheduled for Monday, April 15 to Friday, April 19, 2024, will pave the way for participants to appraise the conduct of Nigerian Army operations, training and other activities in pursuit of its constitutional mandate within the first quarter of the year. 

Major General Onyema Nwachukwu, the Director of Army Public Relations disclosed this in a statement on Friday.

According to Nwachukwu, the conference will make projections for the 2024 second quarter and provide briefs on army training, and logistics among others.

He added that the conference will also review its operations against terrorists and insurgents across the country.

The statement partly reads: "It will equally enable the Nigerian Army to make projections for the Second Quarter of the year, as well as holistically review the Counter Terrorism Counter Insurgency operations and Internal Security operations across the country, in which the Nigerian Army has been relentlessly involved.

"Furthermore, participants will be opportuned to gain insight into the next transformational agenda of the COAS, Lieutenant General Taoreed Lagbaja for the NA. 

"The conference will also witness the presentation of briefs on NA Training, Operations, Administration, Logistics and other Nigerian Army events, as captured in its 2024 Forecast of Events. 

"During the conference, far-reaching decisions to shore up the efficiency of the service would also be taken into consideration. 

"Principal Staff Officers of the Army Headquarters, Corps, Formations, and Field Commanders, Commandants of NA Schools and Tri-Service Institutions, as well as selected NA Officers serving in key deployments are expected to be in attendance."

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