INSECURITY: ARMY TO RECRUIT 18,000 SOLDIERS NEXT YEAR

Written by on November 20, 2020

THE NIGERIAN ARMY HAS REVEALED THAT IT WOULD RECRUIT 18,000 SOLDIERS NEXT YEAR AS PART OF MOVES TO TACKLE INSECURITY CHALLENGES ACROSS THE COUNTRY.

IT SAID ONLY 5,000 WOULD  BE ADMITTED AT A TIME BECAUSE OF THE CAPACITY CONSTRAINTS AND THAT THE FIRST BATCH WOULD COMMENCE TRAINING  IN JANUARY 2021.

COMMANDANT OF THE NIGERIAN ARMY DEPOT, ZARIA, STATED THIS  WHEN THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON ARMY, LED BY MOHAMMED ALI NDUME VISITED THE DEPOT.

REPRESENTED BY COLONEL ISMAIL OLOYEDE, THE COMMANDANT PROMISED TO ADHERE TO THE PRINCIPLES OF FEDERAL CHARACTER DURING THE EXERCISE.


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