Major Gen. Edmond Obi said soldiers must be non-partisan and must be committed to defending the country against any form of aggression. He said any soldier who deviated from their duties will be disciplined. Obi spoke during a familiarisation visit to Topo Barracks. He warned the soldiers against overzealousness, warning that acts of indiscipline will not be tolerated. Speaking with newsmen, Obi’s visit was to interact with officers under his command, encourage them and to carry out first hand assessment of their challenges to advice the military authorities. According to him, the security situation in the country requires total commitment of every soldier for the war against insurgence to be won because the government is committed to their welfare.]]>

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