Nigerian Army, British Military partner to enhance Logistics Support in Asymmetric Warfare

 

The Nigerian Army has pledged to partner with the British Military Advisory and Training Team (BMATT) in enhancing Logistics Support in Contemporary Nigerian Army Operations in all theatres.

The Commandant Nigerian Army College of Logistics, Major General Martin Enendu made this known at the Logistics Estimate Process Seminar and Workshop in conjunction with British Military Advisory and Training Team (BMATT)  which commenced on Monday 9 May 2022 at the TY Buratai Hall, Nigerian Army College of Logistics Permanent Site, Ojo, Lagos.

 

The theme of the Seminar and Workshop is  “Enhancing Logistics Support in Contemporary Nigerian Army Operations”. 
Addressing the participants, Major General Martin Enendu disclosed that the BMATT Logistics Estimate seminar is aimed at bringing home new innovations and ingenuity based on the experience of the British Army in asymmetric warfare.

Major General Enendu expressed delight and honour to welcome participants to the opening ceremony even as he thanked the COAS Lt Gen Faruk Yahaya for rejuvenating the collaboration of the college with BMATT and numerous interventions in ensuring that NACOL permanent site remains the centre of Excellence in Logistics training.

The Commandant further noted that “the College is to produce Efficient Logisticians capable of planning and executing Logistics Support for the Nigeria Army in joint and combined operations at formations and higher levels using modern management concept and techniques”.

He further urged participants to take advantage of the seminar to improve on logistics support planning capabilities.

 

In attendance were NACOL Faculty and Administrative Staff Officers, participants of Logistics Staff Course 19/22.

 Military Officers from Units and Formations within 81 Div NA AOR were also drawn to witness the ceremony.

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