Full list of 122 officers promoted by Nigerian Army

The Army Council has approved the promotion of 122 senior officers to the ranks of Major General and Brigadier General in recognition of their meritorious service to the nation.

The promotion, comprising of 52 brigadier generals to the rank of major general and 70 colonels to the rank of brigadier general, respectively, was approved at the council’s sitting on Thursday.

The Director, Army Public Relations, Onyema Nwachukwu, made this known in a statement on Friday in Abuja.

Those promoted to the rank of Major

  • Brig.-Gen. AA Ayanuga of the Department of Army Transformation and Innovation
  • Brig.-Gen. EH Akpan of Theatre Command Operation HADIN KAI.
  • Brig.-Gen. NM Jega of the Defence Headquarters
  • Brig.-Gen. JO Ugwuoke of the Department of Army Logistics
  • Brig.-Gen. PAO Okoye of the Department of Army Operations.
  • Brig.-Gen. EF Oyinlola of the Department of Special Services and Programmes
  • Brig.-Gen. AA Adekeye of 21 Special Armoured Brigade
  • Brig.-Gen. AE Edet of Nigerian Army School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
  • Brig.-Gen. AB Mohammed of Army Headquarters Operations Monitoring Team
  • Brig.-Gen. Muhammed Usman
  • Brig.-Gen. IM Abdullahi of Headquarters 35 Brigade
  • Brig.-Gen. AO Agboola of the Department of Army Training
  • Brig.-Gen. EE Emekah of Nigerian Defence Academy
  • Brig.-Gen., HE Nzan of Department of Army Standards and Evaluation
  • Brig.-Gen. LA Lebo of Department of Army Training
  • UT Otaru of Nigerian Army School of Supply and Transport
  • AU Obiwulu of 1 Base Workshop
  • Amongst others.

Elevated to the rank of Brigadier General ar;

  • Col. AO Ajagbe
  • Col. JO Ogbobe
  • Col. MG Hammawa
  • Col. SS Bello
  • Col. SOG Aremu
  • Col. NG Mohammed
  • Col. OI Odigie
  • Col. CA Osuagwu
  • Col. MO Eteng
  • Col. ED Idima
  • Amongst others.

“The Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Faruk Yahaya congratulates all the promoted officers and their families.

“He has also charged them to remain focused, selfless and loyal in their service to the nation to justify the confidence and trust reposed in them by the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, President Mohammadu Buhari, the Nigerian Army and indeed all Nigerians,” he said. 


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