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MNJTF Requires Logistics Supports in Lake Chad Basin – Lucky Irabor

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The Force Commander Multinational Joint Task Force based in N’Djamena Chad Major General Lucky Irabor has said that a well equipped military is imperative for consolidation of the successes already made and stabilization of the Lake Chad Basin.

Major General Irabor made the observation at the on – going Technical Workshop on Regional Stabilization Strategy in the Chadian capital.

Addressing a Committee of Experts from United Nations Agencies, the African Union, the Lake Chad Basin Commission, International Non Governmental Organizations, among others Major General Irabor argued that for a force with a mandate such as that which the MNJTF has, critical requirements like Logistic support and necessary force multipliers Amphibious capability, Capability for enhanced intelligence, border security and coordination with national forces, as well as capability for effective and measurable communication and influence operations are very essential.

Speaking further, Major General Irabor noted that the entire stabilization strategy is premised on a secured environment on a sustainable basis.

To this end, the MNJTF should be available in the necessary shape and form to provide the required security cover for every stage and pillar of the stabilization programme.

The Head of Mission and Executive Secretary Lake Chad Commission, Ambassador Mamman Nuhu outlined the purpose of the workshop and noted that the event is further to the previous one held in Niamey, Niger Republic, a fortnight earlier.

The 2 day workshop will also focus on other pillars such as; Governance, Gender, Socio-economic revitalization, Education, Humanitarian and Preventing violent extremism.

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