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Army vows to make Nigeria safe as 6,400 soldiers graduate from training

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The Nigerian Military has promised to suppress the safety challenges in numerous components of the nation.

Maj.-Gen. Danjumma Ali-Keffi, Basic Officer Commanding 1 Division, Kaduna, spoke throughout the passing out of 80 common recruit intakes.

On the occasion held at Depot Nigeria Military Zaria on Saturday, no fewer than 6,000 troopers graduated.

Ali-Keffi, the Reviewing Officer and Particular Visitor of Honour mentioned the military won’t relaxation till the nation is secure for all.

He famous that since its institution in 1924, the Depot has the mandate of reworking able-bodied civilians into troopers to satisfy the manpower requirement of the Nigeria Military.

“It’s noteworthy that as you move out immediately, the energy of Nigeria military has been enhanced by 6,400 able-bodied women and men.”

The GOC added that the Depot has been capable of evolve progressive methods of bettering the usual of coaching within the Nigeria Military.

Ali-Keffi famous that the Nigeria Military has been yielding a optimistic end result, which is clear by the strong preventing spirit of the troopers in numerous theatre of operations.

“With the wonderful show of drill exhibited on this parade floor immediately, I’m sure that you’ve acquired the fundamental coaching that’s required of you to be good troopers.’’

The senior officers instructed the troopers to at all times abide by their Oath of Allegiance and to keep away from acts which might be able to tarnishing the picture of the Military and Nigeria.

The late Chief of Military Workers, Lt.-Gen. Ibrahim Attahiru was to be the Reviewing Officer and Particular Visitor.

Gunshots had been fired in his honour and others who died within the Kaduna air crash final Friday night.

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