- The Nigerian Defense Academy (NDA) held a graduation ceremony for their 68th regular course cadets on Saturday, October 9th
- The event became Visited by President Muhammadu Buhari and Senate President Ahmad Lawan
- According to the report, the assigned cadets also included members of the Army, Navy and Air Force
Kaduna, Kaduna – President Muhammadu Buhari, the Governor of Kaduna State Nasir El-Rufai, and Senate President Ahmad Lawan were among the dignitaries who participated in the passed out parade of the cadets of the Nigerian Defense Academy (NDA) took part.
The ceremony marked the opening of the 68th regular course with Army, Navy and Air Force personnel at the NDA in Kaduna.
It was noted that the highlights of the event were Buhari’s handing over of an honor sword to SE. were Koyaya, the best all-round cadet.
The military reaffirms its commitment to end the banditry of Boko Haram
The assurance was reported on on Was given Wednesday, September 29th, by the Chief of Defense Staff (CDS), General Lucky Irabor, at an Open Ears Press Dialogue 2 organized by Zoom.
In In response to questions asked by the participants, Irabor said the military will not rest on their oars and said they need to involve other stakeholders in order to end the uprising in the country.
Irabor noted that what was happening at the Nigeria Defense Academy (NDA) was a bandit attack and said the bandits wanted to take advantage of the errors observed.
He complained that some men were killed during the attack, adding that the public was aware of the D etails of what happened at the NDA was informed.
Army finally rescues major kidnapped at NDA
In a related report, the army rescued the kidnapped Major CL Datong, who was kidnapped when bandits broke into the NDA in Kaduna on August 24th.
The news of the rescue came on Friday evening from Colonel Ezindu Idimah, Deputy Director of Army Public Relations 1st Division of the Nigerian Army, announced.
According to For Him, Datong was rescued by troops in an operation aimed at destroying several identified bandit camps in Afaka-Birnin Gwari areas State.