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Nigerian Army to  train corps members on leadership skills


Nigerian Army to  train corps members on leadership skills

The Commander of 35 Artillery Brigade of the Nigerian Army, Alamala Barracks, Abeokuta, Ogun,  Brig.- Gen. MT Aminu, says the command will train corps members posted to the state on leadership skills to prepare them for the future.

Aminu also pledged adequate security for the next batch of corps members posted to the state as part of efforts to create an enabling environment to imbibe national values.

The Army Commander gave the assurance when he received the Ogun Coordinator of NYSC, Mrs Winifred Shokpeka, at the Brigade headquarters in Abeokuta on Wednesday.

He noted that such training which would be organised at the orientation camp, had become necessary to prepare the minds of the corps members for real life situations after service year and make them productive for national development.

Aminu promised to sustain “the long lasting synergy” that had continued to exist between the scheme and the Nigerian Army in the state

“The next batch of of corps members in Ogun will be trained in discipline, leadership and mentorship, geared toward preparing their minds on real life situation of post – service life to be productive for national development,” he said.

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Aminu said that the rules, regulations, ethics, dress code and general conduct required at the orientation camp should be clearly spelt out for the corps members in accordance with approved standard of the scheme.

Earlier, Shokpeka expressed gratitude to the commander for the protection of corps members during the recently concluded general elections in the state.

She assured that the scheme would remain grateful to the commander who had always provided adequate security during orientation camps.

The NYSC coordinator commended the high level of discipline and professionalism often exhibited by officers and men involved in the training of corps members during orientation camps.

Shokpeka who appreciated the support of army officers in ensuring success of the scheme in the state, urging them to continue to assist in instilling right values in the youth to enhance national development.

Nigerian Army to  train corps members on leadership skills

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