Corps Commander Education Tasks Personnel To Key Into The COAS Command Philosophy
The Commander Nigerian Army Education Corps, Major General Bello Alhaji Tsoho has tasked officers and soldiers of Nigerian Army Institute of Science Education and Technology (NAISET) and Nigerian Army College of Education (NACOE) Ilorin to key into the Command Philosophy of the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Lieutenant General Taoreed Lagbaja, which is “To Transform the Nigerian Army into a Well-trained, Equipped and Highly Motivated Force Towards Achieving our Constitutional Responsibility within a Joint Environment”.
Major General Tsoho gave the charge in his separate addresses to officers and soldiers of NAISET and NACOE during this maiden working visit to both institutions on Monday 18 September 2023. He urge the personnel to remain good ambassadors of the Nigerian Army by exhibiting leadership by example, operational effectiveness and sound administration to their surbodinates, which are key components of the COAS Command Philosophy.
The Corps Commander Education (CC Edn) enjoined the personnel to continue to put in their best, as part of his blueprint for the Education Corps is to identify and reward hard work. He further warned the personnel to desist from drug abuse, as the Nigerian Army has zero tolerance for drug abuse.
Earlier, Major General Tsoho paid a courtesy visit to the Commander 22 Armoured Brigade, Brigadier General Adebayo Babalola, where he solicited for the continuous support and synergy of the Brigade with NAISET and NACOE.
Also, during the maiden visit, the CC Edn was received and briefed by the Commandant NAISET, Major General Sani Ibrahim and the Provost NACOE, Brigadier General Solomon Inuwa respectively, on the academic and administrative activities of both institutions. The CC Edn was later conducted on a guided tour to inspect ongoing construction and renovation works of students hostel and classrooms.
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