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Lt. Gen. G.A. Olonisakin: The Success Story of A Brilliant Nigerian Army Signals Officer

Greatness is not a title that comes with action, it is a title that comes within. That is exactly who Lieutenant General  Gabriel Abayomi Olanisakin the Chief of Defense Staff of the Federal Republic of Nigeria is all about.

2nd Lieutenant Gabriel Abayomi Olanisakin after graduation from the Nigerian Defense Academy was posted to the Nigerian Army Signals Corps and it was mandatory for officers and men of the Nigerian Army to attend Courses in the Nigerian Army schools like Nigerian Army School of Signals, 1A Marine Road, Apapa, Lagos

 

2nd Lt. Gabriel Abayomi Olonisakin attended a Pre – Degree Programme Course at the Nigerian Army School of Signals an affiliated to the then University of Ife Department of Electrical and Electronics.

2nd Lt. Gabriel Abayomi Olonisakin came first in the final Examination with the distinction of the Pre – Degree Course to the amazement of all both commissioned and non commissioned officers most especially the Commandant of the School Lt. Col. Raji Rasaki now Brigadial General Raji Rasaki (RTD) and the Director of Studies Engr. E.B.C Ofoche and the Publisher of 234overnaija.com.ng who was the  Chief Clerk / Typist in the Trade and  Evaluation Department Team (TEDT) of the Nigerian army school of signals then who computed both the Question Papers and the Result duly marked by each Subject Teaching Officers. Lieutenant General Gabriel Abayomi Olonisakin is presently the Chief of Defense Staff of the Federal Republic of Nigeria under the Lion King President Muhammadu Buhari who is trying to delete Nigeria’s names from the list of corrupt Nations.

The appointment of Lieutenant General Gabriel Abayomi Olonisakin is not by favour or Quota System but on merit and the hand of God.

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