June 12, 2016

List of senior military officers retired by the Federal Government

List of senior military officers retired by the Federal Government

Earlier this week, NGLatest informed you of the compulsory retirement of some senior officials in the Nigerian Army, Airforce and Navy following an overhead instruction from the presidency.

New York-based Nigerian news outfit Sahara Reporters has obtained a list of the affected officers and they are:

  1. Maj Gen Mobolaji Koleoso
  2. Maj. General TC Ude
  3. Maj Gen SD Aliyu
  4. Maj Gen LC Ilo
  5. Maj Gen PAT Akem
  6. Maj Gen IN Ijoma
  7. Maj. Gen O Ejimai
  8. Maj Gen ED Atewe
  9. Maj. General Letam Wiwa -Younger brother of murdered Environmental Rights activist and author, Ken Saro-Wiwa
  10. Maj. Gen FO Alli
  11. Maj. General MY Ibrahim
  12. Brigadier Gen D Abdusalam
  13. Brigadier General MG Ali
  14. Brigadier General AI Onibasa
  15. Brigadier Gen. Mustapha Onoyiveta
  16. Brigadier General Bright Fiboinumama
  17. Brigadier General GO Agachi
  18. Brigadier General Okonkwo
  19. Brig Gen Bashir Mormoni
  20. Brig Gen AH Sa’ad -Former ADC to late President Musa Yar’adua
  21. Brig Gen IMD Lawson
  22. Brig Gen Koko Essien
  23. Brig Gen Ogidi
  24. Brig Gen LN Bello
  25. Brig. General PE Ekpeyong
  26. Brig Gen Oyefesobi
  27. Col. Ojogbane Adegbe –ADC to former President Goodluck Jonathan
  28. Col. CK Ukoha
  29. Col. Tonye F Minimah –Younger brother of former Chief of Army Staff, LT. General Kenneth Minimah
  30. Col DR Hassan
  31. Col FD Kayode
  32. Col OU Nwankwo
  33. Col. MA Suleiman
  34. Col. Audu
  35. Col. Nicholas Achinze  -Dasuki’s ADC
  36. Lt. Col GC Nyekwu
  37. Lt Col TE Arigbe
  38. Lt. Col C Enechukwu
  39. Lt. Col TO Oladuntoye
  40. Lt. Col CO Amadi
  41. Lt. Col Adimoha
  42. Lt. Col DB Dazang
  43. Lt. Col OC Egemode
  44. Lt. Col Baba Ochankpa
  45. Lt. Col A Mohammed
  46. Lt. Col AS Mohammed
  47. Major TA Williams
The list is not complete as a source told NGLatest that a total of over 70 officers were said to be retired in the massive retrenchment while another report is claiming 200.
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