3 December 2012

Nigeria: Army Urged to Instill Discipline Among Soldiers

Participants at the 2012 Commander Corps of Artillery (CCA) annual conference have called for the enforcement of discipline and re-orientation of soldiers in line with the transformation agenda of the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. General Azubuike Ihejirika.

The conference held at the headquarters of Nigerian Army Corps of Artillery (NACA) in Kontagora, was aimed at appraising the activities of NACA and other artillery formations.

The participants also spoke on modalities for filling of course vacancies in the Nigerian Army School of Artillery (NASA) Kachia, conduct of sensitization lectures on security awareness for troops and the maintenance of equipment amongst others.

Earlier, Commander, Corps of Artillery (CCA), Major General Amnon Kalayi Kwaskebe, called on the participants to compliment Ihejirika's efforts in the execution of his vision to transform the army into a force better prepared to meet contemporary challenges.

The conference also hosted a golf kitty in honor of the immediate past CCA, Major General Emmanuel Etim Bassey.

Principal staff officers of NACA headquarters and commanders of the artillery formations and units attended the conference.

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