The Nigeria military, in conjunction with special forces from the United Kingdom has just ended a week-long training on joint military planning in Abuja, Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory.
The effort is aimed at sustaining peace in the country. Officials from both countries have promised to continue to build on existing synergy to improve its tactical operations.
They expressed optimism that knowledge gathered would be put to use in sustaining peace.
Director of Policies, Defence Headquaters, Major General Kasimu Abdulkadir, addressing the officers said: “The challenges we face today, threatens the corporate existence of our dear nation.
Fighting these challenges is a collective effort and our success hinges on sound planning and synergy,” he added.
Speaking to journalists,The Defense Adviser to the British High Commission in Nigeria, Charles Calder said that both countries had organised a similar training last year (2016) and that another one was going to take place later in the year.
The development was part of the ongoing relationship that the UK has with Nigeria in providing assistance across a whole range of activities from operational planning to tactical training. He said