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CDS: Military Focuses On Constitutional Duties Democracy
By on January 14th, 2022. News
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CDS: Military Focuses On Constitutional Duties Democracy

As the Nigerian Military marks the anniversary of the Armed Forces Remembrance day on Saturday January 15, 2022, the Chief of Defence Staff, Gen Lucky Irabor has declared that with the military’s surbodination to democratic tenets and norms since 1999, Nigerians are no longer in doubt democracy has come to stay.

The CDS made the disclosure at a Channel’s TV interview on Friday while answering questions on the significance of the Armed Forces Remembrance Day.

“Today, I believe that Nigerians are no longer in doubt as to the subordination of the military to democratic rule which has been sustained since 1999. I believe that no one is in doubt that democracy has come to stay. I believe that no one is in doubt any longer that the current military leadership, and of course, since democratisation in 1999, that the military is well focused to perform its constitutional roles.”

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The CDS spoke against the backdrop of apprehension over recent undemocractic interventions in some West Afican and North African countries.

Gen Irabor said, “As you know, the armed forces is responsible for the territorial responsibility of our Nation and giving greater support to the civil authority by virtue of the provisions of the constitution.

No one can deny that democracy is here to stay, in my opinion. 
I’m convinced.

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