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Slain defence chief Alex Badeh buried in Abuja

The Widow of former Chief of Defence Staff, Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh, Mary (middle) with her children and some family members, during the funeral service for late Badeh at the Nigerian Air Force headquarters Protestant Church in Abuja yesterday

The slain Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) Air Chief Marshal  Alex Badeh was buried yesterday at the national military cemetery in Abuja.

Badeh was killed by gunmen on 18 December 2018 along Keffi-Abuja highway while returning from his farm.

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The Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), General Gabriel Olonisakin in his tribute, said “Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh was an astute professional in his chosen career as a military pilot.

“He was a compassionate leader, mentor, and fine military officer, he retired from the service in 2015, even in retirement, the ACM was full of energy and obviously had a lot to offer upcoming officers from his wealth of experience.”

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In his remarks, the Chief of Air Staff (CAS) Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar said “The loss of this professional and patriotic gentleman must spur the rest of us in not only in the armed forces but indeed in Nigeria to rededicate ourselves in the service of our nation and our people to deal decisively with crime and criminality.”

The funeral was attended by Badeh’s widow and children.

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