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Nigerian Army Boosts Financial Management Capacity with Intensive Training Week

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The Nigerian Army’s 6 Division has successfully concluded a 3-day finance and accounts training week in Port Harcourt, aimed at enhancing the financial management skills of its personnel. The event, themed “Personnel Capacity Development: A Panacea to Proactive and Efficient Financial Service Delivery,” brought together experts and personnel to share knowledge and best practices in financial management, accounting, and document security.

Major General Adetokumbo Fayemiwo, Chief of Accounts and Budget (Army), declared the training week open, emphasizing the importance of financial discipline and transparency in the military. He stressed that the training week would provide a platform for personnel to update their knowledge on contemporary government financial policies and best practices.

The training week featured lectures and presentations from resource persons on various topics, including:

  • Effects of drug and substance abuse on operational efficiency
  • Innovative approaches to account rendition
  • Document security and management
  • Understanding the Armed Forces of Nigeria’s social media policy

The General Officer Commanding (GOC), 6 Division, Major General Jamal Abdussalam, appreciated the personnel’s dedication to securing the region’s security and reaffirmed his commitment to prioritizing training in line with the Chief of Army Staff’s command philosophy.

The event demonstrated the Nigerian Army’s commitment to financial transparency and accountability, aligning with the government’s efforts to improve financial management and reduce corruption. The training week aimed to equip personnel with the necessary skills to manage funds efficiently, ensure accountability, and support the Army’s operational effectiveness.

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