The Nigerian Army Signals at its 2019 West African Social Activities (WASA) on Saturday said it would intensify its commitment to make the Signal Corps an interface to combat security challenges confronting the country.
The Commander, Corps of Signals, Maj.-Gen. Mohammed Mohammed, made the promise in his address at the occasion.
The event which took place at the Signal Operational Command, Army_Signals Barrack, Mile 2, was also used by the army to thank God for protecting them, their families and the nation in the previous year.
Maj.-Gen. Mohammed Mohammed also thanked the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt.- Gen. Tukur Buratai, for making the Signals the life-wire of the Nigerian_Army, saying that with the Signals,a lot of activities in the Nigeria Army would not have been possible.
He said in 2019, the Nigeria_Army Signals Corps performed most of its activities with the support from the COAS, and particularly ensured that the corps achieved its mission.
“This include providing clear support to the Nigerian_Army activities in virtually all states of the federation. It became necessary for us to find ourselves in every activity of the Nigerian Army over the year.
“The need for communication and the challenge for us to think outside the box became imperative, where we declared our support to the Nigerian_Army, ” he said.
Mohammed said that the Corps Signals would continue to work in line with the mandate of the COAS to make the Nigerian Army professionally responsive to its constitutional role.