CDS Lrabor Nigerian Democracy Has Arrived

General Lucky Irabor, the Chief of Defence Staff, said the military would continue to support Nigerian democracy. Irabor remarked this after military coups in various African nations. countries. On Friday, the CDS reiterated the military’s commitment to democracy in Nigeria, emphasizing that democracy had arrived.

“Today, I think Nigerians have no question about the military’s subordination to civil government; I believe no one doubts that democracy has arrived,” he remarked. he presents military leadership, and of course after democratization in 1999, is properly oriented to execute its constitutional tasks.

He claimed some Nigerians’ misperceptions about the military would begin to shift. General Lucky Irabor, the Chief of Defence Staff, said Nigerians no longer dispute the military’s obedience to civil governance. The CDS suggested this in light of previous military coups in Africa.

CDS Lrabor Nigerian Democracy Has Arrived

On Friday, Irabor reiterated the military’s support to democratic government in the nation on Channels Television’s Sunrise Dialy. As he declared, democracy has arrived in the nation. “Today, I think Nigerians have no question about the military’s subordination to civil government; I believe no one doubts that democracy has arrived,” he remarked.

The present military leadership, and of course after democratization in 1999, is properly oriented to execute its constitutional tasks. So, when you combine these considerations with others, you can see that a lot of work has to be done. “I expect that moving future, some of these Nigerians’ misperceptions about military participation will start to shift. He also recommended Nigerians avoid using camouflage for now, while emphasizing that civilians may wear military gear.

In response to a query concerning the ban on civilians using military gear, Irabor stated the current security situation did not allow it. General Irabor: “Criminals among us have had to use military, police, and other security services’ equipment to commit crimes.” I don’t need to explain our society’s makeup or overall degree of discipline.

And unlike other locations where a few people feel that whatever happens in those cultures should be mirrored here, they do not bring it to bear directly here. He also added that criminals using military gear to commit crimes forced the military to restrict their use.

He emphasized that the military does not object to non-military persons wearing its gear, but that the military’s priority is the public’s protection. On behalf of the DHQ, Irabor assured Nigerians that the military would not be seen negatively by Nigerians when they wear its uniform. We are usually pleased to see our emblem (gears) utilized for good reasons.

“A lot of people who use them do so for nefarious purposes, which leads to certain conclusions. I am sure you also know that concerns like civic obligations and the nation’s literacy level still need a little push, so when you combine these variables, you realize that a lot of work has to be done,” he remarked. I expect that moving the future, some of these Nigerians’ misperceptions about military participation will start to shift.

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