Thirty two (32) Nigerians rusticated from Germany

Thirty-two Nigerians were repatriated from Germany for immigration and related offences on Friday, November 13.

The returnees all – males arrived the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos from Dusseldorf Airport aboard a chartered aircraft belonging to Envelope Airline.

The flight conveying the returness landed at about 2.30 pm.

Pastor Adeboye E. A. Today’s Bible versed

Hebrews 13:17-18 AMP
Obey your [spiritual] leaders and submit to them [recognizing their authority over you], for they are keeping watch over your souls and continually guarding your spiritual welfare as those who will give an account [of their stewardship of you]. Let them do this with joy and not with grief and groans, for this would be of no benefit to you. [18] Keep praying for us, for we are convinced that we have a good conscience, seeking to conduct ourselves honorably [that is, with moral courage and personal integrity] in all things.

Youths freedom!!!

YOUTHS UNIVERSAL FREEDOMATICS!!!

YOUTHS + FORCES = Empowerment -Unemployment’s.

Causes of Laziness of youths nowadays in the society,

✍🏾Did you encourage and improve creativities of youths in our society. NO! Whereas, there are many youths that are talented but there’s no help for them.( here Nigeria should learn from USA, and China).

✍🏾Did you encourage youths on educational system in our society by providing jobs after finishing schools. If ‘YES’ how many graduates are we generating each years with the companies available in Nigeria.

✍🏾Did you motivate youths on political knowledge. NO! But they prefer motivating youths for Political tongs to secure power.

Notices!!!

✍🏾But it’s not too late for Youths instead of using Them to fighting each other, while can’t we stands for the right and encourage ourselves by applying inner thinking and educational knowledge for voting and removal of any bad government instead of TOGGERIES.

🗣Neglecting of our youth in our governances causing more harms to our nation entirely which are tongs, street boys, kidnappers, frauds and others which I blame them on governances for recession and training them as tool to acquiring political power.

Names: Timothy Peter Oluwatomiwa.

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THE ROLE OF PLANNER IN GOVERNMENT BOTH PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SECTOR.

Urban planning, also known as regional planning, town planning, city planning, or rural planning, is a technical and political process that is focused on the development and design of land use and the built environment, including air, water, and the infrastructure passing into and out of urban areas, such as transportation, communications, and distribution networks and their accessibility. Traditionally, urban planning followed a top-down approach in master planning the physical layout of human settlements. The primary concern was the public welfare, which included considerations of efficiency, sanitation, protection and use of the environment, as well as effects of the master plans on the social and economic activities. Over time, urban planning has adopted a focus on the social and environmental bottom-lines that focus on planning as a tool to improve the health and well-being of people while maintaining sustainability standards. Sustainable development was added as one of the main goals of all planning endeavors in the late 20th century when the detrimental economic and the environmental impacts of the previous models of planning had become apparent.[citation needed]. Similarly, in the early 21st century, Jane Jacob’s writings on legal and political perspectives to emphasize the interests of residents, businesses and communities effectively influenced urban planners to take into broader consideration of resident experiences and needs while planning.
Urban planning answers questions about how people will live, work and play in a given area and thus, guides orderly development in urban, suburban and rural areas. Although predominantly concerned with the planning of settlements and communities, urban planners are also responsible for planning the efficient transportation of goods, resources, people and waste; the distribution of basic necessities such as water and electricity; a sense of inclusion and opportunity for people of all kinds, culture and needs; economic growth or business development; improving health and conserving areas of natural environmental significance that actively contributes to reduction in CO2 emission as well as protecting heritage structures and built environments. Urban planning is a dynamic field since the questions around how people live, work and play changes with time. These changes are constantly reflected in planning methodologies, zonal codes and policies making it a highly technical, political, social, economical and environmental field.
Urban planning is an interdisciplinary field that includes Civil Engineering, architecture, human geography, politics, social science and design sciences. Practitioners of urban planning are concerned with research and analysis, strategic thinking, Engineering architecture, urban design, public consultation, policy recommendations, implementation and management. It is closely related to the field of urban design and some urban planners provide designs for streets, parks, buildings and other urban areas. Urban planners work with the cognate fields of Civil Engineering landscape architecture, Architecture, and public administration to achieve strategic, policy and sustainability goals. Early urban planners were often members of these cognate fields though today, urban planning is a separate, independent professional discipline. The discipline of urban planning is the broader category that includes different sub-fields such as land-use planning, zoning, economic development, environmental planning, and transportation planning. Creating the plans requires a thorough understanding of penal codes and zonal codes of planning.
Another important aspect of urban planning is that the range of urban planning projects include the large-scale master planning of empty sites or Greenfield projects as well as small-scale interventions and refurbishments of existing structures, buildings and public spaces. Pierre Charles L’Enfant in Washington DC, Daniel Burnham in Chicago and Georges-Eugene Haussmann in Paris planned cities from scratch, and Robert Moses and Le Corbusier refurbished and transformed cities and neighbourhoods to meet their ideas of urban planning.

BRIF HISTORY OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING.
There is evidence of urban planning and designed communities dating back to the Mesopotamian, Indus Valley, Minoan, and Egyptian civilizations in the third millennium BCE. Archaeologists studying the ruins of cities in these areas find paved streets that were laid out at right angles in a grid pattern. The idea of a planned out urban area evolved as different civilizations adopted it. Beginning in the 8th century BCE, Greek city states were primarily centered on orthogonal (or grid-like) plans.[11] The ancient Romans, inspired by the Greeks, also used orthogonal plans for their cities. City planning in the Roman world was developed for military defense and public convenience. The spread of the Roman Empire subsequently spread the ideas of urban planning. As the Roman Empire declined, these ideas slowly disappeared. However, many cities in Europe still held onto the planned Roman city center. Cities in Europe from the 9th to 14th centuries, often grew organically and sometimes chaotically. But in the following centuries with the coming of the Renaissance many new cities were enlarged with newly planned extensions. From the 15th century on, much more is recorded of urban design and the people that were involved. In this period, theoretical treatises on architecture and urban planning start to appear in which theoretical questions around planning the main lines, ensuring plans meet the needs of the given population and so forth are addressed and designs of towns and cities are described and depicted. During the Enlightenment period, several European rulers ambitiously attempted to redesign capital cities. During the Second French Empire, Baron Georges-Eugène Haussmann, under the direction of Napoleon III, redesigned the city of Paris into a more modern capital, with long, straight, wide boulevards.
Planning and architecture went through a paradigm shift at the turn of the 20th century. The industrialized cities of the 19th century grew at a tremendous rate. The evils of urban life for the working poor were becoming increasingly evident as a matter of public concern. The laissez-faire style of government management of the economy, in fashion for most of the Victorian era, was starting to give way to a New Liberalism that championed intervention on the part of the poor and disadvantaged. Around 1900, theorists began developing urban planning models to mitigate the consequences of the industrial age, by providing citizens, especially factory workers, with healthier environments. The following century would therefore be globally dominated by a central planning approach to urban planning, not necessarily representing an increment in the overall quality of the urban realm. At the beginning of the 20th century, urban planning began to be recognized as a separate profession. The Town and Country Planning Association was founded in 1899 and the first academic course in Great Britain on urban planning was offered by the University of Liverpool in 1909.[14] In the 1920s, the ideas of modernism and uniformity began to surface in urban planning, and lasted until the 1970s. In 1933, Le Corbusier presented the Radiant City, a city that grows up in the form of towers, as a solution to the problem of pollution and over-crowding. But many planners started to believe that the ideas of modernism in urban planning led to higher crime rates and social problems. The Decline of Detroit is an example of the impacts of social planning on a large urban area.
In the second half of the 20th century, urban planners gradually shifted their focus to individualism and diversity in urban centers

ROLES OF PLANNER IN BOTH PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR.
A town planner helps communities, companies and politicians to decide on the best way to use land and buildings.
A planner’s main aim is achieving sustainability. This means balancing different social, environmental and economic issues when official decisions are made on whether a piece of land is built on or not. Another way to describe this job is ‘making places’, such as towns, for people to live and work. Planners do not construct buildings but recommend how and where buildings should be built, what they should be used for and how they should fit into the local surroundings. Our About planning guide gives you a taster of what you could do.

Planners are known by many names;
• Town and country planners
• City planners
• Land use planners
• Spatial planners
• Urban designers
• Environmental planners
• Development planners

Projects and responsibilities;
• Making sure people have access to homes, jobs and facilities such as schools, hospitals and open spaces
• Designing new towns, garden cities or villages
• Balancing the needs of communities, businesses and the environment
• Setting out and using development rules and guidelines across the country
• Protecting buildings and areas that are of environmental, historical or architectural importance
• Preparing and assessing applications for new buildings, masterplans or land uses
• Meeting architects and local people, explaining your ideas and proposals, and listening to other people’s views
• Marking up suitable land for development and making sure it becomes available
• Presenting to committees and meetings on planning proposals
• Managing and leading different projects at the same time

Who planners work with;
Planners work with construction professionals such as builders, architects and engineers as well as the local community. The community includes politicians, businesses, shops, schools, older residents, families and young people.

Where planners work;
Planners work for many types of organisations in the public, private or voluntary sectors, or are self-employed. You could get a job with local government departments, national government agencies, large engineering or transport firms, private development consultancies, house builders, energy companies, universities, environmental think-tanks, charities and aid organisations.

What being a Chartered Town Planner means;
Becoming a Chartered Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute (the RTPI) – which was given its title by Her Majesty The Queen – means you are fully qualified, can officially call yourself a Chartered Town Planner and put the professional letters ‘MRTPI’ after your name. This will open up doors because it is:

• The hallmark of professional expertise and integrity,
• Recognition of high quality skills,
• An achievement that is recognised around the world, and
• A way to increase your employability.

STRATEGY AND POLICY
State and local government prepare strategy plans and policy that shape the way our environment is managed and developed.

Local Government councils focus on issues affecting their municipality and develop the framework about the use and development of land and making planning decisions.

Planners in local government can:

provide pre-application advice to permit applicants
initiate strategic studies
project manage consultants
manage the permit application process assess applications for use and development undertake planning research and demographic analysis provide planning advice about the planning scheme and interact with State Government about policy and any legislative changes.
Heritage and Conservation is a specialised area of planning knowledge related to the use and development of our heritage building assets which are protected.

Planning Law will require the candidate to have a planning and law degree. There are many opportunities for planning lawyers to be engaged in the planning process.

ENVIRONMENT
Environmental planning addresses climate change, planning for rural areas, protection of our coastlines and rivers, management of our lakes and waterways, conservation of parks and gardens, waste reduction, energy efficiency and sustainability.

Environmental planning also covers forest management and other natural resource protection. Given the breadth of knowledge required in this area, graduates may choose to specialise. There are jobs in local government, consultancy and State Government for environmental planners.

COMMUNITY
Planning for the community ensures that there is social equity, space and recreation and employment generation, and that plans promote active and healthy lifestyles for an ever-growing population. Planners can work as social planners considering the needs of the community, or economic development officers and help revitalise retail shopping precincts through strategic policy directions. There are also jobs in the private sector preparing a variety of reports for different sectors.

A vital component of planning is mediation and conflict resolution where there is a neighbourhood dispute about a proposed building for example. The process of community consultations and mediation is an important skill set for all planners.

The ability to project population with detailed demographics, interpreting the census and identifying the needs of different community groups is another vital ingredient to successful planning. Specialisation in research methods and data interpretation would be a valued skill in all employment sectors.

DESIGN
Urban design is the practise of shaping the natural and built environment to create places for people that function well and to make high quality connections between people, places and buildings.
While creating places for people, urban design must respect and enhance the natural environment and use resources efficiently.
Consideration must be given to resources serving the needs of the people including roads, subdivision layout, public transport, schools, hospitals, retail precincts and commercial buildings.
Specialist urban designers may be architects or planning graduates who have undertaken further studies in urban design. However all planners should apply urban design principals to decision making. Successful urban spaces are safe, inclusive, ecologically sustainable, adaptable, engaging and distinctive.

REFERENCES.
Landis, John D. (2012). “Modeling Urban Systems”. In Weber, Rachel; Crane, Randall (eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Urban Planning. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press. pp. 323–350. ISBN 978-0-19-537499-5.
^ Codes, rules, and standards are part of a matrix of relations that influence the practice of urban planning and design. These forms of regulation provide an important and inescapable framework for development, from the laying out of subdivisions to the control of stormwater runoff. The subject of regulations leads to the source of how communities are designed and constructed—defining how they can and can’t be built—and how codes, rules, and standards continue to shape the physical space where we live and work. Ben-Joseph, Eran (2012). “Codes and Standards in Urban Planning and Design”. In Weber, Rachel; Crane, Randall (eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Urban Planning. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press. pp. 352–370. ISBN 978-0-19-537499-5.
^ Smit, Anneke; Valiante, Marcia (2015). “Introduction”. In Smit, Anneke; Valiante, Marcia (eds.). Public Interest, Private Property: Law and Planning Policy in Canada. Vancouver, British Columbia: University of British Columbia Press. pp. 1–36, page 10. ISBN 978-0-7748-2931-1.
^ Kamenetz, Anya. “Ten Best Green Jobs for the Next Decade”. fastcompany. Fast Company. Archived from the original on 26 August 2012. Retrieved 14 January 2009.
^ Friedman, John (2012). “Varieties of Planning Experience: Toward a Globalized Planning Culture?”. In Weber, Rachel; Crane, Randall (eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Urban Planning. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press. pp. 87–98. ISBN 978-0-19-537499-5.
^ “American Institutes of Certified Planners Certification”. American Planning Association. American Planning Association. Retrieved 20 July 2017.
^ “Professional standards”. Royal Institute of Town Planners. Royal Town Planning Institute. Retrieved 20 July 2017.
^ “About ISOCARP”. International Society of City and Regional Planners. Retrieved 20 July 2017.

Government to new idea

The effect of Town Planning on Housing problem and briefly narrative on youth empowerment and contribution to the present economy.

Federal republic of Nigeria defined Housing as the process of providing functional shelter in a proper setting in a neighborhood supported by sustainable maintenance of the built environment for the day to day living and activities of individuals and families within the community.

Housing policy Goal and Objectives.
Goal:
The ultimate goal of the National Housing Policy shall be to ensure that all Nigerians own or have access to decent, safe and healthy housing accommodation at affordable cost. In order to achieve this goal, Government shall pursue the policy objectives:

The policies and programmed of successive governments as enunciated for housing principally due to lack of political will.
OBJECTIVES

  1. Develop and sustain the political will of Government for the provision of housing for all Nigerians.
  2. Provide adequate incentives and an enabling environment for greater private sector (formal and informal) participation in the provision of housing.
  3. Strengthen all existing public institutions involved in housing delivery at the Federal level.
  4. Encourage and promote active participation of other tiers of Government in housing delivery.
  5. Create necessary and appropriate institutional framework for housing delivery.
  6. Strengthen the institutional framework to facilitate effective housing delivery.
  7. Develop and promote measures that will mobilize long term sustainable and cheap funding for the housing sector.
  8. Government shall by patronage, develop and promote the use of certified locally produced building materials as a means of reducing construction cost.
  9. Ensure the use of relevant and fully registered Nigerian professionals to provide appropriate designs and management in housing delivery.
  10. Develop and promote the use of appropriate technology in housing construction and material production.
  11. Make land for housing development easily accessible and affordable.
  12. Improve the quality of rural housing, rural infrastructure and environment.
  13. Develop and promote a national housing market.
  14. Enact laws and make regulations to prevent and control fire incidents in Nigeria.

Urban and Regional planning has undergone many changes. At the initial stage, it started as an appendage to other professions such as architecture engineering and surveying (Hall 1976). This the architects and surveyors were regarded as town planners and they were commissioned at that time by either powerful rulers, nobles or religion leaders to layout cities.
Before and during the Baroque period, many cities actually had formal ground plans with a strong element of geometric regularity. This was era of city beautification. The city Beautiful movement was mainly concerned with the aesthetics of the environment and practitioners expressed Environmental aesthetics different forms such as boulevards axial views open spaces and greenery.
Things however changed during the industrial revolution. Hi The socio economic condition of cities together with the problem of the physical city made the reformers to emerge in the scene of planning.
Leonardo Benevole group the reformers into two classes: the ideological and technological groups.
The ideological school of thought held the view that planning for any settlement should start from scratch. They therefore planned new and purely theoretical types of communities. Those ‘Utopians’ such as Robert Owen, the count of saint simon, Charles Fourier, Etiene Cabet, Jean Batiste Godwin to mention just a few sought to restructure the society in accordance with a comprehensive vision some of them actually Protestant upper, middle class civic and religious leaders helped them to realize some of the plans. Second is the technical school of thought that is the specialists and officials who believed that each problem in a city must be dealt with separately on it own merit. Such men included Haussmann and Bazelgecte. This group either conceived the city in-term of interaction nor the process of development.
The professionals on housing problem expressed different theoretical ways of solving housing problem. Professor Akinola, the provost of engineering and environmental sciences lent from United State of America ideas on housing solving problems, such as; Polycentric planning and Institutions analysis development (IAD), mine talkness on housing problems and relevant to an institutes practitional, And is a way of solving housing problems.

Basic of housing problems.
•Weak materials
•Lacks Maintenance
•Unprofessional
•Lacks of funds
•Urbanization
•Government issues

Weak materials – expired materials for the construction. Such as; the product being used for a project and transferring to another property, expired paints, expired cement, pipe and others.
Lacks of Maintenance – After house-built and financing for it to last longer. Including re-painting, restructuring and others.
Unprofessional – these are different professionals in solving housing relevant problems. Such as town planner, surveyor, architect, civil engineering, estate valuer and others. Lacks of professionals on housing development may lead to a dramatically and a gracious problems.
Low funds – refers and indirectly to incompleted project, so far there is no capital for financing again.
Urbanization – neglects of rural area may lead urban area to overcrowding, pollution and vertical development. Lagos and London as exemplified.
Government – Beliefs that anybody can plan or solving problems; and neglecting of professionals in the field of planning causes housing problems.
Professor Akinola theories on housing problems could be a benefit; but government won’t listen with beliefs that “Am there” or “I can do it” without them.
Around 2014 – 2015, there is an incident that occurred with popular known pastor T.B Joshua, the most sorrible and sadistic news and went all around, that a house collapsed these relevant to an housing problem. it may caused through the contractor or loss of funds for renovation. Still on the housing problem motion where found some great pastor solving housing problem such as pastor Adeboye of cannan land and pastor Oyedepo of winners chapels.

Types of housing finance.
•Government finance
•Co-operative finance
•Bank finance
•Private finance

Government finance – Osun State Government residential area (GRA) was provided to solve housing problems. Known as low density area.

Co-operative finance – private’s organization that borrow people money for housing construction or to secure real estate. It’s been owned by group of people.

Bank finance – banks usually loan out to people in-term of collections of credential and returning after a short period of time.

Private finance – These is where an investor or chief developed an area for housing construction. And it’s own by private sector. Such as Dada estate Osogbo, Canaan land estate and others.

Mortgage – a process to secure loans and tendering houses for evidences.

Youth freedomatic to the present government and economy challenges.

Youths is the ages between 18-60, They’re energetic to change things and well developed with new ideas in solving economic problems.
Youth can think wisely and impacted with physical, social and economic knowledgeable in solving institutions and governmental issues.
In Nigeria government, youth are neglected in dilution and diagnoses of environmental and governmental problems; the Yoruba says “Omo de ko le gbon bi Agba”. Hausa don’t value children with some rumors says “Cows are important than children” Igbo not really believing that “my business is not my children” means “I won’t tell my children about my business it might be stolen”.
At 21st centuries, youths trick was derived by computer ages, mostly taking it as Jobs. Such as; blogging, computer literate, media, photographers, editor, graphic and logo design and lot more.
The reason is that old ages won’t function like youthful ages because they’ve old ideas. Old ages selfishness won’t do bad changes. It’s true they have an experienced, it’s not dare that youths also have an experience.
At 2020 during covid-19 period, the governor of oyo states employed youth to to his government, nicely and new idea to change a government and greatly contributing to their economy.
In Nigeria old ages were securing all political posts, but they prefer employing and using youths as the guard or tough to fight each other in an election. What’s selfishness? Selfishness is when they think and re-thinking Government house is ‘where home’.
In urban and Regional planning political settings, most youths are not interesting in the jobs because all went to their thought is that when finishing school when ending too. Timpet quoted and said ‘we can’t be wise alone’ means old ages and youths can work together and creating sustainability and governmental changes.

Writer: Timothy Peter Oluwatomiwa

Fulanis and Amotekun force.

•Armed Fulani militants are proactive, then what proverbs it brings out there, making Fulanis secure not only my concerns but of all MANKIND!

•Recognizing of Amotekun globally is the victory, let fulanis adopt amotekun, then let get ride of this bad drips tuned INSECURITY!(Mr Tomiwa)

Direx lyrics titled AIYE meant (SoftLife)

Is drimz on the beat….

Wetin dey there temi ati e ba n jegbadun
Sebi kowo goboi ninu account se yen lo mo nu dun
Ka won obi riwa kinu won de tun dun
Ka jaye nita ta ba n lo katun gbo mo to tun
Iyen lo je ki family pe ni ni ibitun
Wor wor wor wor wor wor
Sugbon brother mi aiye yio le
Omo eyan lo ready lati se leshe
All will need to woke up and start to dey pray
Ma ba teni je paddy mi ma sheshe
Cus bad bad things my nigga e no pay
Wetin u no work for dem say e no dey tay
If it be something wey go fine for your face
At end naso my brother e go start to fade
This is life wey you see na give and take
No dey reason say na only you go chop the cake o

Aiye yi o le omo eyan lo ma ye le
Aiye yi o le awa gan lama ye le
Aiye yi o le omo eyan lo ma ye le
Aiye yi o le awa gan lama ye le

Paddy mi no put your sef for sorrow
Better better go still happen tomorrow
But when you get the money and the motor
You am wisely no use am hurt you fellow
Remember the time wey you sef dey borrow
Take am jeje no run pass your shadow
Oro timo so ologbon lole ye
Bi professor o le ye walahi kole ye
Okan lema wo rere aye to ba laro jinle nikan lo le ye
Ejo wo ero ra mu le aye tori orun ni le wa oja laye
Make I tell you aragbe laye to ba dorun oshi ma shalaye
Bo se jaye re baba alaye olorun abere lowo re
Yeah yeah

Aiye yi o le omo eyan lo ma ye le
Aiye yi o le awa gan lama ye le
Aiye yi o le omo eyan lo ma ye le
Aiye yi o le awa gan lama ye le

Wetin go be go be my sister
Because of money Ma ko ra re sita
Flashy motor I no n your dream car
Makanju aye o ma Debi giga
But make you hustle make you stop
Get am for mind say one day you port
If e no come on time no be your fault
All you need to do is to wait for your turn
Malo so pe ofe dogbon si laye
Koma lo ri ja awon iya ye
Tori to ba ya were ko kan aye
Ore mi ma fi ra re sere
No be when dem born pikin Start to walk
No be when dey born pikin Starr to dey talk o
No be when dem born pikin Start to walk
No be when dey born pikin Starr to dey talk o

Yeah yeah
E no matter pass like that
Walahi
D I R E X
Direx

Theoretical solution for uniosun Students and multi-campuses problematic !!!

UNIOSUN STUDENTS UNION -(USU)

ELECTIVES OF UNION PRESIDENT!!!

~Urban and Regional Planning Students as spent several years in OKUKU TOWN of FORMAL GOVERNOR OLAGUNSOYE OYINLOLA, with different Sectors of STUDENTS included EDU’s students before moved to IPETU IJESHA

BIG REASONS for suggesting URPSAN as automotive PRESIDENT.

Freedom Agendas

Osun state LACKED FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES and FEDERAL COLLEGES of EDUCATION and less PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS

•OKUKU City of FORMAL GOVERNOR of OSUN STATE, His Excellency OLAGUNSOYE OYINLOLA And Founder’s of UNIOSUN should be honoring with something superior than STATE university.

•EJIGBO City need FEDERAL INSTITUTIONS not only UNIVERSITIES to attract internationalists back to the location and for SOCIO-ECONOMIC improvement and beneficiaries for OSUN STATE.

•OTHER THREE (3) CAMPUSES need GREAT ASSISTANCES for EXCELLENT DEVELOPMENT to making it more UNIQUENESS than other TOWNS, included BIG INDUSTRIES and INSTITUTIONS

Thanks UNIOSUN STUDENTS!!!

🙏🏾Timothy Peter O.

New Pentagon chief says US military ‘remains strong’

Newly appointed acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller said Friday that the military “remains strong” following President Trump’s abrupt ouster of his predecessor and the resignations of several top Defense officials.

“I want to assure the American public and our allies and partners that the Department of Defense remains strong and continues its vital work of protecting our homeland, our people and our interests around the world,” Miller said at the Pentagon ahead of a meeting with his Lithuanian counterpart.

Miller on Monday took over as Pentagon chief after Trump fired previous Defense Secretary Mark Esper via tweet, two days after President-elect Joe Biden was declared the winner of the presidential election.

Esper’s departure was quickly followed by that of the Pentagon’s top policy official James Anderson, top intelligence official Joseph Kernan and Esper’s chief of staff Jen Stewart, who all submitted letters of resignation on Tuesday.

Deputy chief of staff Alexis Ross resigned on Friday.  

The shake-up was quickly called out by lawmakers as a detriment to national security in the midst of a tense transition of power. Trump’s critics also worry that the Pentagon’s new leadership may try to push through controversial executive orders in the president’s remaining two months in office.

“Whatever the reason, casting aside a Secretary of Defense during the volatile days of transition seems to neglect the President’s most important duty: to protect our national security,” tweeted Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-Mich.), a former CIA analyst and Pentagon official.

But on Friday, Miller underscored calm at the Defense Department. He noted that he has already spoken to his counterparts in several ally countries, including Germany, France and the United Kingdom, and that he plans to speak to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg later in the day.

Miller also said he has spoken with leaders in Congress, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and the chairs and ranking members of the House and Senate Armed Services committees.

Miller, a White House counterterrorism specialist and former special forces officer, will likely be replaced quickly after Biden is sworn in on Jan. 20.