Gen Ezugwu has been appointed DICON boss by the Army




Major General Victor Ezugwu has been appointed the new Director General for the Defence Industries Corporation, DICON.

Before this appointment, Major General Ezugwu was the Managing Director of Nigerian Army Vehicle Manufacturing Assembly in Kaduna.

Speaking during the handing and taking over the ceremony, the new Director-General, DICON,  lauded the outgoing DG, Major General Bamidele Ogunkale for laying a solid foundation in his deliberate efforts to reposition the corporation to a greater height which, according to him, was already yielding good dividend.

Ezugwu noted that the ‘CAMES’  background he acquired in the last 30 years would enable him to deliver on the mandate of taking DICON to the next level.

He noted with a sense of satisfaction that with the array of achievements recorded in the area of improved small arms production, excellent staff accommodation, implementable MoU’s with local and foreign partners would create the catalyst for sustainable growth of DICON. Ezugwu said: “My tour of duty in DICON will be focusing majorly on local contents.”

Until his appointment, Major General Ezugwu was the Managing Director of Nigerian Army Vehicle Manufacturing Assembly in Kaduna. Speaking during the handing and taking over the ceremony, the new Director-General, DICON,  lauded the outgoing DG, Major General Bamidele Ogunkale for laying a solid foundation in his deliberate efforts to reposition the corporation to a greater height which, according to him, was already yielding good dividend.

Ezugwu noted that the ‘CAMES’  background he acquired in the last 30 years would enable him to deliver on the mandate of taking DICON to the next level. He noted with a sense of satisfaction that with the array of achievements recorded in the area of improved small arms production, excellent staff accommodation, implementable MoU’s with local and foreign partners would create the catalyst for sustainable growth of DICON. Ezugwu said: “My tour of duty in DICON will be focusing majorly on local contents.”

Source : Vanguardngr




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