Nigerian Navy Reshuffles Commanders

From left: Chief of Naval Staff, South Africa, Vice Admiral Mosiwa Hlongwane; Chief of Naval Staff, Nigeria, Vice Admiral Ibok Ekwe-Ibas; and commander of the Naval Base, Ojoo, Haruna Zego, during a courtesy visit of the Chief of the South African Naval Staff to Lagos on Monday (25/9/17).NAN

The Nigerian Naval authorities on Wednesday reshuffled its top hierarchy in the commands, replacing the Flag Officers Commanding with new ones.

According to the Sun, the new Flag Officers Commanding (FOC), equivalent of General Officers Commanding (GOCs) in the Army, are Rear Admiral O.H. Ngalabak, Rear Admiral S.I Enoch, Rear Admiral U Onyia, Rear Admiral David Adeniran and Rear Admiral Saidu Garba.

Admiral Ngalabak will man Western Naval Command, Enoch goes to Naval Training Command (NAVTRAC), Onyia goes to Logistics Command, Adeniran to Eastern Naval Command and Garba to Central Command.

The new FOCs would be replacing Rear Admirals SAG Abbah, Obi. Ofodile, Matthew Emuekpere and Akinjide Akinrinade.

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