August 09, 2016

Buhari Relaunches War Against Indiscipline Brigade (Photos)

President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration has relaunched the War Against Indiscipline, WAI Brigade, in Abuja, saying in this era of insecurity, violence, kidnapping, and other forms of social vices, the role of the Brigade in civil intelligence gathering cannot be over emphasized.

Announcing the development on the occasion of the National and State Commanders meeting of the Community Support Brigade, CSB, also known as WAI, the Director-General, National Orientation Agency (NOA), Dr Garba Abari said the Buhari administration has declared the intention to relaunch the Brigade for better performance, as well as to bring its activities to the fore.

Speaking at the meeting, Abari said:
“It’s great pleasure that I have the opportunity to meet with the leadership of WAI, for the first time since my assumption of office about two months ago. This meeting is meant to discuss the repositioning of the WAI Brigade in the current dispensation of change.

“I’m not only delighted with this gathering, but excited with you all for keeping faith and working tirelessly to contribute your quota to nation building as volunteers who are not being paid for over 3 decades. So, I salute your patriotic efforts, indeed, Nigeria salutes your patriotism.”
The NOA DG, stated that, “in this era of insecurity, violence, kidnapping and other forms of social vices, the role of the WAI Brigade in civil intelligence gathering cannot be over emphasized. It is in this regard that I call on you to encourage your members across the country to redouble their vigilance in the local governments, wards and their various villages, so that we can contribute our quota towards building a secure society.”

WAI was a brain-child of President Buhari, who as Military Head of State in 1983 established the Brigade, to instill discipline among Nigerians, as well as fight endemic corruption.

8 comments:

eniola lawal said...

Issokay

Kay Heavy said...

A welcome development

Jeff Kingsley Jr said...

What a nice idea

Hassan Aderemi said...

That's interesting, bring it on again.

mummy twins said...

Dats good.kudos to mr president

SPACO said...

Is a welcome development.

samaila sulaiman said...

Nice one

inumidun said...

Nice 1..