30 January 2013

Nigeria: Okorocha Calls for Military Discipline in Politics

Owerri — Imo State governor, Chief Rochas Okorocha, has called for strict military discipline in the nation's democratic system to enable the country move forward.

Okorocha, who made the call when he played host to officers of the Command and Staff College, Jaji, Kaduna State, at Government House, Owerri, also noted that lack of discipline had hindered progress and development in the country.

He said discipline should be introduced a s a subject in the primary, secondary and tertiary institutions in the country, adding that it will go a long way in introducing sanity in the polity.

Speaking earlier, leader of the delegation and Director, Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Major General John Kwabe, explained the the purpose of their visit was to look into some critical issues, such as national economy, integration, food security and youth development.

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