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Air chief issues directive on upholding professionalism

Chief of Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, has issued directives to commanders and unit heads of the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) on the…

Chief of Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, has issued directives to commanders and unit heads of the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) on the imperative of sustaining professionalism.
He gave the orders yesterday when he addressed commanders at the end of a two-day seminar on the imperative for maintaining standards in the service at the Air Force headquarters in Abuja.
“The seminar has given you an insight into what we are expecting. What we hope now is that when you go back to your units you will try to function as effectively and efficiently as possible,” he said.
Abubakar said the seminar was designed to also give the commanders insight into what was expected of NAF commanders at all levels.
“Our vision is about repositioning the Nigerian Air Force to become a highly professional and disciplined air force through capacity building initiatives for efficient and effective employment of air power in response to our national security challenges,” the CAS said.
“The key words in this vision is about professionalism, it’s about having a disciplined professional force, a professional force that will act within the provisions of the law, a professional force that will protect the rights of citizens, a professional force that will do what is expected of it in dealing with our security challenges, whether it is in the northeast or in other parts of the country,” he added.

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