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NAF release names of reserved candidates for 2021/2022 direct short service

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has released the names of successful and reserved candidates for the 2021 direct short service commission course.

The NAF said 143 candidates qualified for enrolment into different fields, including Space Tech, Armament Technology, Medical and Air Intelligence, amongst others.

Air Vice-Marshal PO Jemitola, who announced the successful applicants on Friday, said all entrants except those on the reserve list are to report to Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA), Ribadu Campus (Old Site), Kaduna State, on March 5, 2022.

He said, “Any candidate who fails to report by 1800 Hrs (6:00 pm) Monday 7 March 2022 will forfeit the training slot. Selected candidates will be received on arrival at the Centre of Excellence Building, NDA Ribadu Campus and must come along with the ORIGINALS and photocopies of their credentials which include First School Leaving Certificate, NECO/WAEC/NABTEB results, Degree/HND Certificate, Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age, Letter of State of Origin, Nigerian Air Force Applicant Acknowledgement Card, Signed Attestation of Parent/Guardian Consent Form and Local Government Area Attestation Form. Any candidate who fails to present originals of the stated documents will not be accepted into the Academy.”

The candidates are also required to report at the campus with the following:

“Two pairs of black and white trousers, One lounge suit (dark colour), Two belts (preferably black), One pair of black cover shoes (male), Two pairs of white canvas shoes, Two pairs of white shorts, Pyjamas, One pair of football boots (male), Three pairs of blue shorts and white round neck vests, Two white shirts (long sleeves), Four pairs of white socks, One black rubber-strapped digital quartz wristwatch, Black polish, brushes, shaving kit and toiletries, Two white bed sheets and pillowcases for 8 spring bed, Black swimming trunk/shirt, Personal computer (laptop), Pressing iron and Six passport photograph.”

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Female candidates were asked to come along with the following: “One pair of black low heel cover shoes, Four lounge skirts (dark colours), Four pairs of black or blue short tight and Two pairs of trouser suits.”

Jetimola added that “All candidates are encouraged to learn basic swimming skills before reporting for training. Candidates on the reserve list are NOT to report to the Academy until invited. Selected candidates are not allowed to receive visitors and will not leave the Academy for the first three months of training.

“Specialties allotted to candidates are NOT subject to change while in the Nigerian Air Force. Candidates with such intentions are strongly advised to decline this offer.”

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GOC 7 Div. Visit frontline troops in Sambisa Forest, lauded them for killing 21 terrorists and rescuing 386 civilians

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GOC 7 Div. Visit frontline troops in Sambisa Forest, lauded them for killing 21 terrorists and rescuing 386 civilians

By: Zagazola Makama

The acting General Officer Commanding 7 Division and Commander Sector 1 of the Nigeria Army, Brig. Gen. Abubakar Haruna, has paid a morale boosting visit to the troops fighting Boko Haram in Sambisa Forest and lauded them for killing 21 Boko Haram terrorists, destroying their camps and rescuing 386 victims.

Gen Haruna, stated this while addressing the troops in the outskirts of Sambisa forest in Konduga LGA after welcoming them troops for conducting a 10-day operation.

Haruna said that the operation tagged “Operation Desert Sanity III was to clear Sambisa forest of the remnants of all categories of terrorists as well as provide some of them eager to surrender as observed the opportunity to do so.

“I want to commend you for your exceptional performance and professionalism exhibited during the operation and I urged you to sustain the tempo. Our Special Forces troops, the troops of 21 armored Brigade, the Civilian JTF and the Hybrid Forces have all done very well.

The Chief of Army Staff is highly pleased with your performance. Gentlemen, you have done your beat. You have sacrifice yourselves to ensure that peace and normalcy returns to the North East. This is a wonderful outing and we are very happy.

“We have to stop what ever we are diong and come here to let you know that we are with you always. To know what you people are diong so that we can have a feeling of what you people are giong through.

He urged them to do more to hasten the defeat of insurgency. My call on the officers and soldiers to remained committed noting that surely the end result will be a resounding success for all of us.

“Our effort is to ensure that we clear remnants of terrorists in the Sambisa and give those willing to surrender the opportunity to surrender. With this operation, we envisage many of them will surrender as they have started.

The troops have successfully cleared several Boko Haram enclaves ranging from Lawanti, Ukuba, Farisu, Sabil Huda, Njimia, Garin Gulukos, Garin Falluja, Shababul Ummah, Garin Pannel bitter and Lagara Anguwan Gwai Gwai among others.

The troops killed scores of the terrorists including their commanders and made recoveries of different types of arms, equipment and armored vehicles.

“We also rescued some civilians; as of yesterday, we rescued 386 and I am sure the number will increase by today,” Haruna said.

Some of those rescued who spoke, said they have been in captivity for the past 10 years and will be provided with medical support and rehabilitation.

We therefore thanked the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Taoreed Lagbaja for giving us all the support which translated to this achievement and the Theartre Commander Commander, North East Operation Hadin Kai Joint Task Force, Maj. Gen. Waidi Shuaibu, for his strategic guidance and supervision.

Zagazola understands that the presence the GOC accompanied by his Principal Staff Officers of the Division in the frontline symbolizes a courageous leadership which has immensely boosted the morale of the fighting troops.

GOC 7 Div. Visit frontline troops in Sambisa Forest, lauded them for killing 21 terrorists and rescuing 386 civilians

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Violent extremism, terrorism, biggest threat to ECOWAS subregion —Commandant, Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre

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By: Michael Mike

The Commandant, Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC), Maj. Gen. Richard Gyane has described violent extremism and terrorism (VET) as the biggest threat to the ECOWAS subregion, Africa and humanity.

Gyane stated this in Abuja during a chat with journalists during a mobile training course on women, youth, and VET, organized by KAIPTC on Wednesday.

The Commandant said that the security challenges in West Africa had informed KAIPTC’s decision to organize the capacity building for women and youth to build their resilience to tackle terrorism.

He said that the training, organized in collaboration with the Norwegian Government, would empower women and youth with the requisite knowledge about terrorists’ operations and build their resilience against VET threats.

Gyane said: “If you look at our subregion now, violent extremism is a big threat to us; If you look at the Sahel nations, most of these countries are virtually taken over by violent groups.

“If you look at Nigeria and the Boko Haram group, and the movement of these groups southwards, it is worrisome.

“Why are we particular about women and youth? They become vulnerable. These are the most vulnerable groups in our society, who are subject to radicalization by VETs.

“The aim is to engage these women and youth especially and let them understand the issues, the recruitment and all that about these groups who want to destroy our humanity within the subregion,” he said.

He noted that KAIPTC engages and empowers women and youth through its training programs because when people are empowered, it becomes difficult for VET groups, whose aim is to radicalize the people and take over their countries, to do so.

He however noted that no country could tackle VET alone, and stressed the need for collaboration among all stakeholders beyond the security space in order to curb VET’s surging scourge in West Africa and Africa at large.

Gyane said that, given the porous borders of ECOWAS countries, and the need for them to cooperate and share intelligence, ECOWAS member states should do everything possible to bring on board Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger, who are threatening to quit the bloc.

“It is not good for the subregion to have a divided front, and I think whatever we need to do to bring on board these countries, who want to separate themselves from the subregion, is very necessary.

“ECOWAS has done well in certain areas, especially the free movement of persons protocol and I think within the continent of Africa, ECOWAS has done so well.

“But I think we need to collaborate more beyond even the security space. I would want to see us one day using the same currency and all that.

“We should work more as one homogeneous subregion to ensure that people should be free to live and work wherever they are and do business.

“When we do that, it can help us to control violent extremism and terrorism,” Gyane added.

Violent extremism, terrorism, biggest threat to ECOWAS subregion —Commandant, Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre

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Nigerian Troops rescue 2 Kidnap victims in Plateau

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By: Zagazola Makama

Troops of Operation SAFE HAVEN on Tuesday rescued two kidnapped victims during an aggressive patrol in plateau state.

The operation dubbed “HAKORIN DAMISA IV,” thwarted the kidnap attempt along Maraban Jama’a road in Jos LGA.

Intelligence sources told Zagazoma Makama, a Counter Insurgency Expert and Security Analyst in the Lake Chad region that the troops deployed at Bisichi while responding to the distressed call on the kidnapping activities, stormed to the scene and discovered a brown Peugeot.

The sources said that the troops conducted a search Operation in the surrounding bushes and rescued the owner of the vehicle one Mr Abdul Bello along with another lady Miss Sekyen MELODY Yapshak who was kidnapped at her parents residence opposite Nigeria Police college.

The rescued victims were taken to the police college clinic for medical check and the vehicle was moved to the troops location for further action.

The source emphasized the commitment of OPSH to maintaining its efforts toward tackling security threats in the region.
He also highlighted that the operation will continue to target criminal elements and bring them to justice.
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