Nigeria new Chief of Defence Intelligence (CDI) Maj. Gen. Samuel Adebayo, has resume duty.

He took over the management of the Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) from his predecessor Air Vice Marshal Muhammed Usman.

The Deputy CDI, Maj. Gen. Gbolahan Oyefesobi acted for some days after the retirement of Air Vice Marshal Muhammed Usman.

Oyefesobi handed the mantle of leadership to CDI Maj. Gen. Samuel Adebayo at the agency’s headquarters in Abuja.

The (CDI) Maj. Gen. Samuel Adebayo appreciate God and President Muhammadu Buhari, and pledged to add value to the achievements of his predecessor.

Maj. Gen. Samuel also said that the DIA has shoots up the bar in intelligence statecraft.

He said, “I know that the task ahead is daunting but clearly achievable. I solicit your support and suggestions as we settle down to work”.

Adding that leadership is about synergy, transparency and integrity, the Army officer guarantee the DIA had the power to deliver its duties to the Nigerian people.

He said security personnel were doing their best but that more efforts were needed.

Maj. Gen. Samuel revealed that he would enhance the technical capacity and prioritise core intelligence in support of ongoing operations and other engagements.

The Maj. Gen. Samuel vowed human capacity development with focus on staff specialisation for optimal output and improvement of the agency’s specialist centers.

Maj. Gen. Samuel was ex-director at the DIA and was Chief of Military Intelligence (CMI) at the Nigerian Army before his appointment.

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