BIOGRAPHY, WIKIPEDIA AND TRIBE: Nigerians debate over Newly appointed Chief of the Nigerian Navy, Rear Admiral E Ogalla, being from Enugu and Kogi state KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, June 20, 2023

BIOGRAPHY, WIKIPEDIA AND TRIBE: Nigerians debate over Newly appointed Chief of the Nigerian Navy, Rear Admiral E Ogalla, being from Enugu and Kogi state

BIOGRAPHY, WIKIPEDIA AND TRIBE: Nigerians debate over Newly appointed Chief of the Nigerian Navy, Rear Admiral E Ogalla, being from Enugu and Kogi. 


Rear Admiral E Ogalla, Newly appointed Chief of the @NigerianNavy hails from Enugu State.

He is the second-ever Chief of Naval Staff of Igbo extraction after the 12th CNS – Rear Admiral

Allison Amaechina Madueke incidentally from the same Enugu State like Ogalla – who served in that capacity from November 1993 to August 1994.

Before his appointment, Rear Admiral Ogalla was the Director Lessons Learnt at NHQ (PPLANS).

He became a member of the 39 RC NDA afterwards.

Commissioned S Lt on 16th of September 1992, and rose to the rank of Rear Admiral in 2021.

The highly revered officer completed the STC NNS QUORRA, Basic Hydrography National Hydrographic School India in May 2000, Junior and Senior Staff Courses AFCSC Jaji in 2001 and 2006 respectively.

Rear Admiral Emmanuel I. Ogalla was on Monday night appointed as the 24th Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) by President Bola Tinubu.

He succeeds Vice Admiral Auwal Zubairu Gambo, the 23rd CNS.

Rear Admiral Ogalla, who hails from Enugu State, is a member of 39 Regular Course of the Nigeria Defence Academy (NDA).

He is the second-ever Chief of Naval Staff of Igbo extraction after the 12th CNS – Rear Admiral. 

He was a participant of NDC Course 22 and was awarded fdc on August 14. As part of the Course, he took part in the MSc Strategic Studies programme, University of Ibadan from 2014 to 2015.

He also served on board of many ships including NNS AMBE, ARADU, LANA, EKUN, AGU, QUORRA, BEECROFT, DELTA and PATHFINDER.

It was while he was on board of NNS EKUN that he took part in the ECOMOG Operations in Liberia in 1996.

Emerging as the Base operations officer in NNS PATHFINDER, he was bequeathed with coordinating anti-illegal bunkering operations as well as the entire policing duties of the base.

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