The network would guarantee the uninterrupted power supply and the efficient operation of the command.
Army Public Relations Director Onyema Nwachukwu, in a statement Thursday, said COAS inaugurated the facility during its first visit to the command.
Mr. Yahaya also emphasized the need for continuous capacity development among staff in line with his vision to adequately and timely address the security challenges besetting the nation.
He added that adversaries had also extended their nefarious activities to the cyber domain, hence the need for an alternative power source for the command to effectively accomplish its mandate.
COAS expressed its satisfaction with the project and took the opportunity to communicate with the troops in the Northeast theater of operations, through its Command and Control Centers.
He praised them for their resilience and tenacity in ongoing counterterrorism and counterinsurgency operations.
Previously, the Commander, NACWC Maj.-Gen. Abubakar Adamu, expressed his appreciation to COAS for their support of the command, particularly the timely provision of funds for the completion of the solar farm.
Adamu said the installation had raised staff morale and would further enhance the command’s operational capabilities.
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