War Against Terror: Wounded Soldiers to get Special Vocation training to Cope with New Health Status 

The Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Faruk Yahaya, has said that, the Nigerian Army will ensure that wounded in action soldiers and Officers will continue to get support and special vocation training to help them cope with their new health status and overcome psychological trauma.

The COAS made this known on Tuesday, 3 May 2022 during the Chief of Army Staff Sallah Luncheon with Troops in Damaturu, the Yobe State Capital.

 

General Yahaya who was represented by the Commander Sector 2 JTF NE OPHK, Maj Gen Koko Isoni expressed appreciation for the immense sacrifice of troops in Operation Hadin Kai and other ongoing operations across the country.

He made special tributes to colleagues who have paid the supreme price in the defence of their fatherland while noting that the Army under his watch will continue to provide for the welfare and comfort of their families.

The COAS enjoined the troops to neutralize all terrorists in the North East theatre of operations and capture all their weapons and ammunition.

 

The COAS enjoined the troops to neutralize all terrorists in the North East theatre of operations and capture all their weapons and ammunition.

In his vote of thanks, the Chief of Staff Sector 2 OPHK, Brig-Gen UA Muazu thanked the invited guests, traditional rulers, and friends of the sector for finding time out of their busy schedules to attend the event.

 

He assured them that the Sector will continue to partner with all security agencies in the state and as well promote interagency cooperation and civil-military relations.

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