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Group supports DHQ to recall retired military medical personnel to Compliments ones in active service

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Concerned Professionals’ Congress,has expressed support to the ongoing advanced plans by the Defence Headquarters under the Chief of Defence Staff, General Abayomi Gabriel Olonisakin to recall retired military medical personnel to complement those in active service to aid civil authority in flattening the COVID-19 curve across the country.
The group, in a statement jointly issued in Abuja by its Chief Media Strategist, Mr. Emeka Nwankpa and the Northern Regional Rapporteur, Kasim Baba Kasim, described the move as a great dimension to ongoing efforts at various levels to mitigate the effects of the virus as well as curb the spread of the global pandemic in the country.
It will be recalled that the Coordinator of the newly-created Directorate of Defence Media Operations, Maj. General John Enenche, last week at a press briefing announced the decision by the military high command to recall the retired medical personnel to complement those in active service in furtherance of the CDS’ vision as part of the military’s statutory mandate to defend the nation against external aggression which COVID-19 represented.
The move, Maj Gen. Enenche emphasized, was to provide immediate aid to Ministries, Departments and Agencies such as deploying military personnel and transporting emergency cases and medical supplies by land, maritime and air including supplies donated by Jack Ma Foundation and other medicaments by donors.
The group urged Nigerians to see the patriotic and innovative efforts of the nation’s high military command as another call to duty and reciprocate by lending their support by volunteering useful, credible and timely information to the military, security and intelligence agencies to enable them to adequately curb threats to the general wellbeing of the Nigerian people.
The group particularly commended President Muhammadu Buhari for demonstrating confidence in the ability of the service chiefs to deliver on their mandate, describing the initiative as a paradigm shift and watershed in the strategic communication agenda of the Armed Forces of Nigeria under the visionary leadership of the CDS.

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