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Nigerian Army commences Still Water Exercise in Lagos, Ogun

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Army begins Still Water in Lagos, Ogun.

In line with the Nigerian Army (NA) Training Directive for the year 2022, troops of 81 Division NA, including affiliated formations and units located within Lagos and Ogun States will be conducting Exercise Still Water from 12 October – 23 December 2022.

The exercise, according to a press statement by Major Acting Deputy Director, 81 Division Army Public Relations  ,   Olaniyi Osoba , will be conducted jointly with Sister services, para-military and other security agencies.

The exercise which will dovetail into a real-time operation is aimed at enhancing troops’ level of professionalism and preparedness in curbing security challenges prevalent within areas of responsibility such as kidnapping, armed robbery, cultism, ritual killings, and pipeline vandalism among others.

 “The exercise will also involve the assessment of the effective application of the Nigerian Army Code of Conduct, as well as strict adherence to Rules of Engagement ( ROE) in line with international best practices and Civil Military Cooperation (CIMIC) activities focused on the less privileged and schools. “

“This would involve the movement of troops and military equipment within Lagos and Ogun States. Accordingly, the people of Lagos and Ogun States are advised not to panic during the period. The division also wishes to solicit the understanding and cooperation of law-abiding citizens during the period of the exercise and beyond.”

” The General Officer Commanding 81 Division NA, Major General Obinna Ajunwa is expected to flag off the Exercise on Wednesday, 12 October 2022 at Foru Terminal Ikorodu Road, Ojota Lagos by 10:30 am. Furthermore, as part of the flag off, there would be free medical services to the benefit of the host communities,” the statement observed.

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