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Navy posts 34 Rear Admirals, 4 Commodores

In its determination to reposition for greater efficiency, the Nigerian Navy Friday announced the postings of 34 Rear Admirals and four Commodores.

The disclosure was made in a statement signed by the Director of Information at the Naval Headquarters in Abuja, Commodore COR Ezekobe.

Among the senior officers posted are the Flag Officer Commanding (FOC) Western Naval Command, Rear Admiral RO Osondu (who hands over to former Navy Secretary, Rear Admiral F.D Bobai, the Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Naval Command, Rear Admiral AS Abdulkadir (who hands over to Rear Admiral JO Oluwole, while the Flag Officer Commanding Central Naval Command, Rear Admiral AO Suleiman, hands over to Rear Admiral T. Dick.

Other newly-appointed Principal Staff Officers at the Naval Headquarters are: Rear Admiral JA Ajani (Chief of Policy and Plans), as well as Rear Admiral OC Medani (Chief of Administration).

It will be recalled that the Nigerian Army and Nigerian Air Force, had carried out similar postings.

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