The new commander Army Headquarters Garrison (AHQ Gar) Major General Ayuba Ted Hamman, a one-time Provost Marshall of the Nigerian Army (NA) and the immediate past Director Peace Keeping Operations at Defense Headquarters (DHQ) has assumed command at AHQ Gar.
The Senior Provost officer was redeployed from DHQ to AHQ Gar as Commander in the recent routine posting of the NA.
In his maiden address to officers and soldiers of AHQ Gar, he stated his leadership is anchored on a tripod of Discipline, Training and Welfare.
He warned officers and soldiers that he has zero tolerance for indiscipline adding that he would not hesitate to Court Martial anybody who deserves to be Court-Martialed because discipline is the bedrock of the army.
The Commander charged the officers and the soldiers to take their training serious and avoid dodging courses.
He took the officers and soldiers down memory lane and informed them that he is aware of their challenges especially accommodation and promised to tackle it.
Major General Hamman promised to run an open door policy but warned soldiers not to abuse the system as it will not replace the channel of communication.
The commander further stated that he abhors eye service and warned officers and soldiers to desist from it.
He promised to continue to improve and build on the legacies his predecessors left behind.
Earlier on, during his fare well address to officers and soldiers, the out gone Commander, Major General James JK Myam, who was redeployed to Nigerian Army Corps of Artillery (NACA) as the Commander Corps of Artillery expressed his appreciation to the officers and soldiers for their discipline and dedication to duty during his four day tour of duty in AHQ Gar.
He charged them to extend same to his successor Maj Gen Ayuba Ted Hamman whom he said he knows will build on his successes he recorded during his tour of duty and even surpass his own he concluded.
The out gone Commander, Maj Gen James GK Myam has since assumed command at NACA as the commander Corps of Artillery.
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