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32 Artillery New Brigade Commander seeks Collaboration With Sisters Security Agencies


27 January, 2021


The newly appointed Commander for 32 Artillery Brigade, Brigadier General Raymond Utsaha has sought for the collaboration and cooperation of all the sisters security agencies in both Ondo and Ekiti States to ensure safety of lives and property of its citizens.

Speaking during the handing and taking over ceremony, the outgoing commander, Brig Gen ZL Abubakar expressed gratitude to God for a successful tenure, adding that though the tour was challenging, it was also interesting, rewarding and fulfilling.

He thanked the COAS for finding him worthy to serve as commander 32 Artillery Brigade as well as officers and soldier for their cooperation, support and commitment with a high sense of discipline which made this tenure a success. The outgoing commander enjoined the troops to extend same cooperation to his successor, describing him as an experienced senior officer capable of meeting up with the demands of the new office

Gen ZL Abubakar further reminded the troops of the crucial role of the Brigade which demands absolute loyalty, sacrifice and dedication to service. He urged them to remain loyal and vigilant while carrying out assigned tasks. He charged them to rededicate themselves to the service of humanity by providing peace and security to Nigerians.

Responding, the incoming commander, Brig Gen Raymond Utsaha affirmed his commitment to build on the successes of 32 Artillery Brigade and its Area of responsibility for safety. Gen Utsaha stated that he would work in collaboration with other security agencies to ensure that Ondo and Ekiti state is more secured and peaceful.

Highlights of the event were the signing of the handing and taking over notes between the incoming and outgoing commander and presentation of command flag to the incoming commander. Present at the event were the Incoming 32 Artillery Brigade Garrison Commander Col JA Ifeanyi, Chief of Staff, Commanding Officers 323 Artillery Regiment, officers and soldiers of the Brigade.

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