Nigerian Army Passes Out Over 6000 Recruits COAS Calls For Professionalism

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Depot Nigerian Army on Saturday passed out 6226 Recruits of 83 Regular Recruit Intake to enhance the manpower requirements in tackling the country’s myriad security challenges bedevilling the nation.

Speaking as the Special Guest of Honour, the Chief Army Staff Lieutenant General Faruk Yahaya asserted that the professional disposition of these young soldiers was manifested in the realistic and results-oriented training that impacted them in their 5 months sojourn which was evident in the synchronized drill, impressive display, innovation, ingenuity, turn out, and perseverance of these young soldiers during the passing out ceremony.

The COAS also said the rigorous journey of these young soldiers which commenced 5 months ago had groomed them to meet up with the contemporary security challenges saying that increase in the strength of NA personnel will add impetus to its various operations.

The COAS further urged them to be focused and not to allow ethnic and religious bigots to use them in advancing their selfish agenda. General Yahaya also charged the young soldiers who would be deployed for the 2023 elections coverage to be apolitical while discharging their constitutional responsibility.

General Yahaya reiterated that a lot was expected of these young soldiers in terms of loyalty, selfless service, integrity, courage, discipline and respect for others which are the core values of the Nigerian Army.

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