President Bola Tinubu Holds Briefing with Service Chiefs Ahead of G-20 Summit


President Tinubu meets service chiefs ahead of in India.

In preparation for his upcoming visit to India to attend the G-20 summit, has met with his service chiefs for a briefing on their operations. This routine meeting took place at the Presidential Villa and aimed to review the country’s general security situation.

The meeting, which was held behind closed doors at Aso Rock, had the Chief of Defence Staff, General Christopher Musa, the Chief of Army Staff, Lt General Taoreed Lagbaja, the Navy counterpart, Admiral Emmanuel Ogalla, and the Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Hassan Abubakar in attendance.


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During the briefing, the service chiefs provided an overview of the security landscape in the country, highlighting areas where additional efforts are needed to address existing gaps. This assessment allows for a comprehensive understanding of the current security challenges faced by .

Following the briefing, President Tinubu is scheduled to travel to New Delhi, India, to take part in the highly anticipated G-20 Leaders Summit. The summit presents an opportunity for global leaders to discuss pressing issues and collaborate on finding solutions to common challenges.


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President Tinubu’s participation in the G-20 summit signifies Nigeria’s commitment to international cooperation and the pursuit of global development goals. As a member of the G-20, Nigeria has an active role to play in shaping policies that promote economic growth, sustainable development, and global stability.


The briefing session with the service chiefs highlights the government’s continued emphasis on security and its commitment to safeguarding the country’s interests. By staying updated on the security situation and ensuring effective coordination among different security agencies, President Tinubu aims to strengthen Nigeria’s defense capabilities and protect its citizens.

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As President Tinubu embarks on his journey to India, Nigerians await the outcomes of the G-20 Leaders Summit and anticipate the potential positive impact it may have on the nation’s economic and social progress.

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