Advocacy group hails Tinubu over appointment of Gen. Musa as CDS

A North-east-based group, the North-East Peace Advocacy has hailed President Bola Tinubu for his efforts in tackling crimes and ensuring peace reigns across the nation.

The group also welcomed the appointment of Major General Christopher Musa, who took over from Gen. Lucky Irabor as the new Chief of Defence Staff.

The President, on Monday, appointed Gen Musa as the new CDS

In a release signed by its convener, Bukar Adamu, on Monday, the Advocacy group commended Tinubu for the appointment, saying, “It is an indication of the administration’s willingness to decisively deal with all forms of criminality in the country.”

It added that Gen. Musa’s tenure as Force Commander, Operation HADIN KAI, helped to restore the peace in the North-east region and those displaced returned home.

“The North-East Peace Advocacy Group, therefore, commends President Bola Tinubu for this worthy appointment. We are elated by the elevation of Maj. Gen. C. G. Musa to the highly coveted Chief of Defence Staff seat. It is a position that caps all his excellent performance in the various offices he has held in the service to his fatherland.

“During his tenure in the North-East, our people had cause to smile as they witnessed the return to their various means of livelihood. People who were displaced started returning home.