The Nigerian Communications Commission and the Nigerian Air Force have agreed to collaborate on capacity building of personnel to end insurgency in the country.
The Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshall Sadiq Abubakar, has said that the Nigerian Air Force acquired 30 aircraft and activated 13 grounded ones in the last three years.
Bali gave the warning on Tuesday during his maiden visit to the 371 Nigerian Air Force Detachment in Warri, a unit under his Command.
Abubakar made the disclosure on Wednesday at the opening of a one-day seminar on Safety in Aircraft Maintainace Environment 2018 at the Nigerian Air Force base in Kaduna.
The presence of services chiefs, the National Security Adviser and the Inspector-General of Police suggests that security may be top on the agenda being discussed at the Thursday meeting.
Abubakar said this on Saturday in Makurdi during his operational visit at NAF Tactical Air Command Headquarters, Makurdi where he commissioned the Single Officers Quarters and a Cancer Screening Centre.
The Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshall, Sadiq Abubakar made the disclosure during the combined graduation ceremony of Basic Regiment officers and airmen courses and Advance Regiment airmen course at the Regiment Training Centre in Kaduna.
Receiving the helicopters at the Tactical Air Command Flight Line in Makurdi, the Chief of Air staff, Air Marshal Sadiq Abubakar, said the helicopters were acquired by Federal Government to enhance security operations in the country.
He said the induction of the super mesh aircraft would enhance the capability of student pilots to the full spectrum of military flying training. The CAS said in the pursuance of professionalism in the service, 20 out of 42 pilots recently…