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Ex-Kwara military governor, Alwali Kazir submits reform committee reports to FG

The former military governor of Kwara State, Maj. Gen. Alwali Kazir (rtd), on Monday submitted reports of the 25 – man Implementation and Advisory Committee for the Reform of the Ministry of Defence and the Armed Forces to the federal government.

 

Kazir was also at one time the Chief of Army Staff.

 

ROYAL NEWS reports that on 28th September 2021, the Minister of Defence Maj Gen Bashir Salihi Magashi (rtd) inaugurated the committee with Gen. Kazir (rtd) has its chairman.

While receiving the report, the minister thanked the committee for total adherence to the convening order that culminated into a big volume of workable document.

Ex-Kwara military governor, Alwali Kazir submits reform committee reports to FG

Magashi also assured that the recommendations contained in the document for the reform of the Ministry of Defence and the Armed Forces will be carefully perused and doggedly pursued as catalyst towards achieving the end state of improved service delivery and performance in the defence and security sector.

Ex-Kwara military governor, Alwali Kazir submits reform committee reports to FG

The Chairman of the Committee, Maj Gen Alwali Kazir (rtd) said a total of 72-point recommendations emanated from wide consultations with stakeholders and put in 75 days of brainstorming on the gamunt areas requiring reformations in the military sector.

Kazir also placed it on record that members of the Committee gave their very best by deploying their very rich experiences patriotically in the discharge of their National assignments without any atom of consideration for any pecuniary benefits.

Ex-Kwara military governor, Alwali Kazir submits reform committee reports to FG

This according to the former Chief of Army Staff gave birth to the uninfluenced and unbiased recommendations that will expectedly and expediously impact on the National aspiration for improved security architecture.

He therefore thanked the Minister for the opportunity to chair a carefully selected Serving and retired Seasoned Senior Military officers and top technocrats that served in the committee.

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