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Decorated Air Force officer, Egbujiobi offers solution to insecurity in her new book

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From the staple of Purple Shelves publishers, it’s a pleasure to announce the release of a new book by the United Nations and Nigerian Air Force award recipient– Flight Lieutenant Anthonia Egbujiobi.

The book entitled Bridging Civil-Military Gap: Strategies for Robust Relationships and Successful Operations, is due for launch in Makurdi, Benue State later in September of 2019. A research work, the book proffers alternative solution to the upsurge of insecurity that currently plagues the country.

“We are pleased to be associated with a work that is definitely timely and relevant in these days of uncertainty due to insecurity” says Amara Chimeka CEO of Purple Shelves publishers. “We hope that members of the civil society, individuals and the general public, will read the book and be equipped with adequate knowledge on how to collaborate with the military and make our society safer.”

With the foreword written by the Nigerian Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, Bridging Civil-Military Gap: Strategies for Robust Relationships and Successful Operations documents Egbujiobi’s hypotheses and recommendations regarding security enhancement in our communities and the country at large.

Bridging Civil-Military Gap is timely and relevant presenting facts and figures from a detailed research work on curbing insecurity. It calls for co-operation between the military and civilians as the way to combating the menace and going ahead to proffer lasting solution on how such collaboration can be achieved.

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The author Anthonia Egbujiobi said she was inspired by her personal experiences while going about her programmes and empowerment schemes in the Congo which earned her the recognition and award by the UN and Nigerian Air Force.

“I was inspired after being nominated by the United Nations to serve in Congo as a military observer” Egbujiobi recalled while briefing correspondents. “While serving in the Congo, I set up and ran many empowerment programmes for the natives in the communities where I served as a delegate. It was while in the course of discharging duties it dawned on me that the best way to build a safer community was if we – the military and civilians – worked together.”    

Anthonia Egbujiobi is also a lawyer, a professional negotiator, mediator, conflict resolutionist, and motivational speaker. She is married to Engineer Declan Egbujiobi, and they are blessed with two sons. Her latest title, Bridging Civil-Military Gap; Strategies for Robust Relationships and Successful Operations will be released as an imprint of Purple Shelves Publishers in September, 2019.