Army reaffirms its commitment to combating insecurity and welcomes 5,001 new recruits into their training program

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The Nigerian Army has announced that it is committed to fighting insecurity in the country, announcing the opening of 5001 81 Regular Recruits Intake for soldiers training.

The Commandant, Depot, Nigerian Army, Brig-Gene Aminu Shehu Chinade warned the trainees to be of good conduct and follow the institution’s rules, according to a statement issued by Acting Assistant Director Army Public Relations, Depot, Nigerian Army, Zaria Lieutenant Joy Abah at the weekend.

“You will be taught the essentials of Soldering for the period of your stay in Depot, Nigerian Army, Zaria, which includes physical and endurance training, unarmed combat, weapon handling, basic field craft and minor tactic, drill, counter-terrorists training, first aid, field hygiene, and military regimentation,” the statement said.

“I warned you to avoid malingering and absenteeism because the Training Curriculum set aside for you will help you achieve your goal of being transformed into Professional Soldiers for the Nigerian Army and the country at large.”

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The statement went on to say that the training inaugurations had been a long-standing tradition in the Nigerian Army, signaling the official induction and start of training circles and courses in formations and Nigerian Armed Forces institutions.

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