Major General David Enetie (Rtd), mni, is an experienced and well-decorated retired officer of the Nigerian Army. He was of the Infantry Corps.
He participated in several internal security and disaster response operations and was privileged to serve Nigeria in the Bakassi Peninsula, ECOWAS in Liberia, OAU (now AU) in Rwanda, and the United Nations in Sierra Leone and Darfur - Sudan.
Major Gen. Enetie was Chief of Operations of the Nigerian Government Amnesty Implementation Committee on the Disarmament of Ex-militants in the Niger Delta. He Commanded Sector North and later Sector South United Nations Hybrid Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) in Darfur, Sudan, between March 2011 and July 2012, while also acting as the Force Commander (FC) UNAMID, among others. His last appointment before his retirement was. Commander of the Special Task Force (STF) Jos.
General Enetie (rtd) was more of a field soldier, which is why he is very concerned about the plight of victims of conflicts and disasters, especially children and women who are either internally displaced or become refugees. His interactions with INGOs such as Doctors Without Borders (MSF) and Save the Children, have further boosted his passion to serve in supporting victims of disasters, conflicts and wars.
An alumnus of the prestigious National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies Kuru, Jos, Nigeria, Major Gen. Enetie spends his retirement in Agriculture, social services, and in supporting the less-privileged in society.
He is married and blessed with four children. His hobbies include photography, gardening and golf.