The leadership and members of the National Association of Online Security Reporters, NAOSRE, has congratulated the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai on his emergence as Man of the Year in the African Stewardship Magazine 2020 honours.
Conveying the congratulatory message, President of the association, Mr. Oyewale Femi stated that NAOSRE is in agreement with the parameters that qualified General Buratai for the stewardship award.
“NAOSRE congratulates the Chief of Army Staff, General Tukur Buratai as he emerges Man of the Year in the African Stewardship Magazine 2020 honours.
“The sterling performance of General Buratai in confronting insurgents who have declared war against Nigeria deserves commendations, awards and rewards of which African Stewardship Magazine 2020 honour is no less deserving.
“As a security media association, NAOSRE will continue to advocate for best practices in the scope of military operations for safer Nigeria as being demonstrated by the Chief of Army Staff, General Buratai.” NAOSRE President noted.
Among other consideration, the editorial board of African Stewardship Magazine said that for building and taking training, welfare and infrastructural development for the Nigerian Army to an enviable position, and for his patriotic commitment to peace, security and development of Nigeria, the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai has unanimously been selected and approved by the management of the magazine as the man of the year for African Stewardship Magazine for the year 2020.
It would be recalled that under General Buratai leadership, civil-military relationship has dramatically improved considerably. Army’s corporate responsibility interventions is reflective in various segments across the nation
The African Stewardship Magazine is an international news magazine published to promote democracy, good governance, unity and progress as well as socio-economic development.
The magazine works tirelessly to promote the culture of accountability by leaders to the people across Africa.