Ex-army Boss Buratai Reveals Secret to his Military Career

Ex-army Boss Buratai Reveals Secret to his Military Career

  • Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai has opened up on some aspects of his private life and successful career
  • Buratai credited his successful career in the army to his absolute faith in God, diligence, training, and devotion to Nigeria
  • According to the former COAS, his track record is characterised by courage, honesty, loyalty, professionalism and patriotism

A former Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai says his absolute faith in God, diligence, professionalism, training, personal development and devotion to Nigeria helped his career in the army.

Nigeria's ambassador to the Republic of Benin made the disclosure in a recent interview with Vanguard, saying the army was more than just a profession to him.

Tukur Buratai
Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai, rtd Ambassador of Nigeria to Benin Republic was the 20th chief of army staff. Photo credit: Tukur Buratai
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He said:

"I took everyone in the Army regardless of where the soldier or officer hailed from as my family. I put in every effort to build a track record characterized by courage, honesty, loyalty, professionalism and patriotism.

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Wherever I served I tried to put in my best. I also tried to identify people with prospects, people who were diligent and highly skillful in what they did."

Buratai speaking further narrated how he found himself in the Nigerian army. According to him, the fact that his father was a soldier influenced his decision to join the military.

He, however, explained that there was never a time his father told him to join the army. The former army chief explained that he did not mention his decision to join the army until after he was shortlisted.

Buratai pursued his military ambition to its peak and ended his professional career as Nigeria’s COAS and henchman of the counter-insurgency operations.

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Source: Legit.ng

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