The Nigerian Force, NAF, on Friday urged for more cooperations froin the in the renewed efforts of the Nation’s Armed Forces To to tackle the security challenges facing the country.
The New Director of Public Relations and Information, DOPRI INAF, Air Commodore Wapkerem Maigide gave the charge during a brief handover by the Former Spokesperson, Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet to the NQew Spokesperson in Abuja with a p,ledge to ensure a robust relationship between the media and the Service
According to him, “bearing in mind the security challenges the Nationn is facing now, NAF and the media must work together as partners in efforts to end the insurgency activities in the country which will be anchored on trust and respect.”
The New Spokesperson who noted that that he was fully aware of the responsibilities of his office in which is to project the operational engagement and other activities of the Nigerian Air Force with the aim of galvanizing support and goodwill for the Nigerian Air Force to striving to project Airpower to conquer the mirage security challenges facing the Nation stated that he would the full support of the Media in carrying out the enormous task ahead of him .
He assured that the Directorate under his watch would continue to use the media space to enhance National Security in Nigeria.
While appreciating the immediate predecessor and the staff of Directorate’s contributions for the feat achieved so far especially in Operations of the Service pledged that he would consolidate on the achievements and urged them to continue to be deligent in their day to day activities for optimal performances
He thanked the Nigerian Chief Of Air Staff, CAS, Air Marshal Oladayo Amao and President Mohamod Buharifor the honour and privilege accorded him in appointing him as NAF spokesperson.
with a promise to live up to expectations of projecting the visson and the mission of the Service
Earlier, the Former NAF Spokesperson, Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet who now the Commander 551 NAF Station, Jos. had thanked the media for the support given to him throughout his stay as NAF Spokesperson and urged the media to accord the New Spokesperson more support for a successful tenure.