Nigerian president appoints new military aide de camp

18:39, May 14, 2010      

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Nigerian President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has appointed Lt. Colonel Ojogbane Adegbe as his aide de camp.

Born on May 12, 1972, Lt. Col. Adegbe graduated from the Nigerian Defense Academy in northern Nigeria's Kaduna State in September 1995 as a member of the 42 Regular Course.

Lt. Col. Adgebe was promoted from Ofu Local Government Area of Kogi State.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and a Masters in Intelligence and International security from Kings College, London.

His appointment was announced through a statement signed by the president spokesman, Ima Niboro.

Prior to his appointment, Lt. Col. Adegbe served at 1 Division Intelligence Group, Kaduna; 26 Motorized Battalion ECOMOG, Sierra Leone; Nigerian Army Depot, Zaria; Nigerian Army Intelligence Corps (HQ NAIC); Office of Defense Adviser London, United Kingdom; Intelligence Production Center, HQ NAIC, as well as 81 Division Intelligence Group, Lagos.

Lt. Col. Adgebe is married with three children.

Source:Xinhua

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