COAS urges recent recruits to discharge responsibilities effectively

COAS urges recent recruits to discharge responsibilities effectively

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The Chief of Military Crew (COAS) Lt Gen Faruk Yahaya has charged 4,000 newly-recruited troopers of the Nigerian Military to set up national passion over their private interests as they discharge their responsibilities effectively

Onyema Nwachukwu, Brigadier Celebrated Director Military Public Members of the family, in a commentary Saturday, talked about the COAS gave the designate for the length of the Passing Out Parade (POP) of 81 Celebrated Recruits Intake at the Depot Nigerian Military in Zaria, Kaduna express.

He talked about the COAS who used to be the Particular Customer of Honour and Reviewing Officer of the POP extra Congratulated the younger troopers for the a success completion of their coaching.

He talked about the coaching of recruits into the Nigerian Military (NA) is in fulfilment of Military Headquarters Coaching Directives according to his vision to dangle ”A Professional Nigerian Military Ready to Attain Assigned Missions Within a Joint Atmosphere in Defence of Nigeria.”

He added that the PoP marks one other mandatory chapter within the historical previous of the coaching institution and the Nigerian Military, as it welcomes a recent space of properly professional troopers into the noble occupation.

He described Depot Nigerian Military as a key coaching institution to blame for molding chosen able bodied citizens into properly professional and disciplined troopers, to meet the manpower requirements of the Nigerian Military, in a position to create the exhausting job of tackling up-to-the-minute security challenges bedeviling the nation.

The COAS disclosed that the rigorous coaching undertaken by the younger troopers has transformed them into highly professional and professional younger troopers, poised to toughen the energy and strive in opposition to efficiency of the Provider.

Yahaya reminded them of the importance of the Oath of Allegiance, to which they’ve all sworn, including that by the oath they are under duty to remain exact to the Constitution and President, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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