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The Chief of Air Staff (CAS) is the most senior officer in the Nigerian Air Force. The Chief of Air Staff (CAS) is appointed by the President. The Chief of Air Staff (CAS) reports to the Chief of Defence of Staff (CDS).

Below are the chronological list of Pasts and Present Chief of Air Staff in Nigeria

1.

Lt. Col. George Tamunoiyowuna Kurubo

Jan. 19, 1966 – Aug. 4, 1967

2.

Colonel Shittu Alao

Aug. 5, 1967 – Oct. 15, 1967

3.

Brigadier Emmanuel E. Ikwe

Dec. 18, 1969 – Jul. 28, 1975

4.

Air Vice Marshall John Nmadu Yisa-Doko

Jul. 29, 1975 – Apr. 14, 1980

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5.

Air Vice Marshall Abdullahi Dominic Bello

Apr. 14, 1980 – Dec. 31, 1983

6.

Air Vice Ibrahim Mahmud

Jan. 1, 1984 – Jan. 1, 1990

7.

Air Vice Marshall Nuraini Yussuff

Jan. 2, 1990 – Jan. 30, 1992

8.

Air Marshall Akin Dada

Feb. 1992 – Sept. 16, 1992

9.

Air Vice Marshall Femi John Femi

Sept. 17, 1992 – Mar. 29, 1996

10.

Air Marshall Nsikak-abasi Essein Eduok

Mar. 30, 1996 – May 29, 1999

11.

Air Marshall Isaac Alfa

May 29, 1999 – Apr. 2001

12.

Air Marshall John Wuyep

Apr. 24, 2001 – May 31, 2006

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13.

Air Marshall Paul Dike

Later Chief of Defence Staff (CDS)

Jun. 1, 2006 – Aug. 19, 2008

14.

Air Marshall Oluseyi Pentirin

Later Chief of Defence Staff (CDS)

Aug. 20, 2008 – Sept. 18, 2010

15.

Air Marshall Muhammed Dikko Umar

Sept. 19, 2010 – Oct. 3, 2012

16.

Air Marshall Alex Sabundu Badeh

Later Chief of Defence Staff (CDS)

Oct. 4, 2012 – Jan. 15, 2014

17.

Air Marshall Adesola N. Amosu

Jan. 16, 2014 – Jul. 12, 2015

18.

Air Marshall Sadique Abubakar

Jul. 13, 2015 – 26 Jan. 2021

19.

Air Marshall Isiaka Amao

26 Jan. 2021 Till Date

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