…Says acts of indiscipline will properly handled

Major General Jonathan Ugwuoke, the new Commander of the Nigerian Army Ordnance Corps (NAOC) has called on officers and men of the corps to key into the command philosophy of the Chief of Army Staff, Major General Taoreed Lagbaja.
Speaking while taking over command from Major General Adeyemi Alabi, General Ugwuoke said the Chief of Army Staff is moving towards transforming Nigerian Army into a well trained, equipped and highly motivated force, towards achieving its constitutional responsibilities within a joint environment.


General Ugwuoke said the philosophy of the Chief of Army Staff is anchored on training , equipment procurement , recruitment of additional manpower, administration and cooperation to boost the force’s fighting power in a joint environment.
He said that under his watch as the Commander Nigerian Army Ordnance Corps (NAOC) he will provide focused capacity development, accountability, cooperation and mentorship, towards the attainment of efficient and high quality service delivery, in support of Nigerian Army in the discharge of the force’s constitutional responsibility within a joint environment.
While explaining that his philosophy rest on four pillar, General Ugwuoke said the four pillars include; capacity development, accountability, mentorship and team work.
He enjoined officers and men of the corps to key into the philosophy which according to him is the vehicle towards achieving the Chief of Army Staff command philosophy.
He said all hands should be on deck towards for the success of his administration as the proper management of men and materiel will be of utmost concern under his reign.
He warned that acts of indiscipline will be promptly treated with fairness, especially as he promised to move the corps forward from where his predecessor, Major General Alabi stop.
Earlier, General Alabi called on officers and men of the force to work with his successor for the over all good of the corps.
General Alabi had earlier recalled his days in the Nigerian Defence Academy and in the North East, urging officers to ensure they do their job diligently for the uplifting of the force.

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