Force Commander advocates synergy between MNJTF and National Forces

The Force Commander Multinational Joint Task Force, Major General Abdul Khalifah has laid emphasis on the need for team work and seamless synergy of efforts between the MNJTF and national forces, to take advantage of the in-fight and surrendering among the insurgents.

General Khalifah made this known when he visited the Chadian Chief of Air Staff (CAS), Brigadier General Amine Ahmed Idriss on Thursday at the HQ Chadian Airforce N`Djamena Chad on Thursday.

The visit is part of ongoing familiarisation tour to some strategic Senior Military Commanders and other Security Chiefs in Lake Chad region.

This is contained in a statement issued by the Chief of Military Public Information Headquarters, MNJTF, N`Djamena Chad, Colonel Muhammad Dole.

The FC, appreciated the Chadian CAS, for continuous support in the ongoing Operation Yanchi Tafki saying ”the visit is aimed at exploring and seeking ways for stronger support for the MNJTF activities, adding that air assets remain critical for any military operations.

He also expressed condolences for the demise of the late President, Marshal Idriss Deby Itno, whom he described as ‘‘a Pillar for peace and security in the region.

In his response, General Amine Idriss assured the FC of his continuous support, noting that ”previous Force Commanders have established good relationship with the Chadian Airforce, hence the imperative of team work with MNJTF.

General Idriss further said despite the national commitments, MNJTF would continue to remain a priority to the Chadian Airforce.

He equally encouraged FC to regularly reach out to other military and security Chiefs to further solidify the good military brotherhood.

Among the team that accompanied the Force Commander to the visit were the Deputy Force Commander, Brigadier General Abdou Harouna Assoumane and some Chiefs of cells at HQ MNJTF.

Mercy Chukwudiebere
Force Commander advocates synergy between MNJTF and National Forces

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