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Navy appoints 2 new FOCs in major shake-up

Two new Flag Officers Commanding (FOCs) have been appointed for the Naval Training Command (NAVTRAC) and Logistics Command of the force in Lagos and Delta states respectively, newsreportersng.com can authoritatively report.
The new FOCs (General Officers Commanding, GOCs equivalent in the Army) are Rear Admiral Frederick Ogu, formerly Navy Secretary at the Naval Headquarters, and now the new Flag Officer Commanding Naval Training Command (NAVTRAC) and Rear Admiral Sileranda Lassa, the immediate past Director of Project Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation Directorate at Naval Headquarters who is appointed as the new Flag Officer Commanding Logistics Command in Oghara Delta State.
A statement from the Nigerian Navy spokesman Commodore Suleman Dahun said the Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Ibok-Ete Ibas approved new appointments of some senior officers in the Nigerian Navy . The major reshufflement affected a total of 110 senior officers, consistingof 33 Rear Admirals and 77 Commodores.

Details of the appointment are as follows: 

 

 

NIGERIAN NAVY RELEASES NEW APPOINTMENTS OF SENIOR OFFICERS

1. The Chief of the Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Ibok-EteIbas has approved new appointments of some senior officers in the Nigerian Navy. The major reshufflement affected a total of 110 senior officers, consistingof 33 Rear Admirals and 77 Commodores. The new Chief of Policy and Plans Naval Headquarters is Rear Admiral Ifeola Mohammed. Rear Admiral Obi Ofodile, formerly Director of Plans Defence Headquarters has been reappointed to Defence Headquarters as Chief of Defence Administration while Rear Admiral Matthew Emuekpere, formerly Deputy Commandant Armed Forces Command and Staff College Jaji, moves to Naval Headquarters as Chief of Naval Transformation. Rear Admiral AhamefuleEluwa who was a Directing Staff at National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS), Kuru-Jos, resumes as Admiral Superintendent Naval Doctrine and Assessment Centre.

2. The re-organization also affected Rear Admiral SegunAdebari who has been posted to Defence Headquarters as Director of Plans from Nigerian Navy Holdings Limited. Rear Admiral Abubakar Al-Hassan, formerly Director of Development Defence Headquarters has been appointed as Admiral Superintendent Naval Ordnance Depot, while Rear Admiral Francis Isaac is the new Navy Secretary at Naval Headquarters. Rear Admiral AbdullahiAdamu, the immediate past Admiral Superintendent Naval Ordnance Depot, moves to Defence Headquarters as Director of Search and Rescue. Rear Admiral Maurice Eno, who was the Admiral Superintendent Naval Doctrine and Assessment Centre, has been posted to Defence Headquarters as Director of Development. Rear Admiral Frederick Ogu, formerly Navy Secretary Naval Headquarters, is the new Flag Officer Commanding Naval Training Command.

3. Surgeon Rear Admiral Lawan Adams is now the new Director Medical Services of the Nigerian Navy, while Rear Admiral Abraham Adaji who was the Director of Training Naval Headquarters, resumes as Group Managing Director of Nigerian Navy Holdings Limited. Rear Admiral ElkanahJaiyeola, formerly Fleet Commander Headquarters Western Fleet has been appointed as Moderator at NIPSS, Kuru, Jos. Similarly, Rear Admiral BaribumaKole, formerly Fleet Commander Eastern Fleet, is now the Director of Foreign Liaison Desk at Naval Headquarters. Rear Admiral IbikunleOlaiya, the immediate past Director of Operations Naval Headquarters, is the new Chief of Training and Operations Naval Headquarters, while Rear Admiral OthanielFilafa moves to Naval Headquarters as Director of Veteran Affairs.

4. Furthermore, Rear Admiral AkingaAyafa has been reappointed Director Recruitment, Release and Reserve at Naval Headquarters, while Rear Admiral NuhuBala resumes at Naval Headquarters as Director of Transformation. Rear Admiral BarabutemeghaGbassa, formerly the Chief Staff Officer Headquarters Logistics Command has been posted to Defence Headquarters as Director of Project Monitoring. Rear Admiral Sileranda Lassa, the immediate past Director of Project Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation Directorate at Naval Headquarters is the new Flag Officer Commanding Logistics Command. Rear Admiral Danjuma Moses has been appointed as the Fleet Commander Headquarters Western Fleet while Rear Admiral Muhammad Nagenu is now the Director Project Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation Directorate at Naval Headquarters. Rear Admiral Vincent Okeke, formerly Commander Nigerian Navy Ship (NNS) VICTORY has been appointed Defence Headquarters as Director of Education.

5. Similarly, the new postings moved Rear Admiral YakubuWambai from Defence Headquarters to Naval Headquarters as Director of Training, while Rear Admiral Emmanuel Beckley has been reappointed Director Combat Policy and Tactics at Naval Headquarters. Rear Admiral Perry Onwuzulike resumes as the Fleet Commander Headquarters Eastern Fleet while Rear Admiral Murtala Bashir, formerly the Chief Staff Officer Headquarters Western Naval Command, moves to Naval Headquarters as Director of Operations. Rear Admiral TankoPani is now the Chief Staff Officer Headquarters Western Naval Command, while Rear Admiral Chukwu Okafor has been reappointed Naval Headquarters as the Hydrographer of the Nigerian Navy.

6. In another development, Rear Admiral Ibrahim Dewu, formerly Commander NNS DELTA resumes as Managing Director Nigerian NavyHotel and Suites Limited, while Rear Admiral Monday Unurhiere, the immediate past Commander NNS JUBILEE becomes the Deputy Commandant Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji. The former Commandant Nigerian Naval College Onne, Rear Admiral Joseph Akpan resumes at Naval Headquarters (Naval Safety and Standards) as Director Records Return and Analysis. Rear Admiral OlumuyiwaOlotu who was Commander NNS LUGARD, is the new Chief Staff Officer Headquarters Logistics Command.

7. In view of the importance of this information, you are please requested to disseminate for general public awareness.

SULEMAN DAHUN
Commodore
for Chief of the Naval Staff

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