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Army Trades Men/Women Recruitment National Park Service Seeks Armed Forces Support

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Special Cadre Recruitment, National Park Service Seeks Armed Forces Support.

Army Comments recruitment into specialist cadre. The Nigerian Army has started recruitment into the specialist cadre for men and women. This was contained in a public announcement it made on its Social Media Handles on Wednesday 15th of September 2021.

According to the announcement, it stated that it was informing the general public and all interested qualified candidates of the immediate commencement of online registration for special tradesman and women, into the Nigerian Army for 82 Regular Recruits Intake.

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Nigerian Army however noted that recruitment Form Is Free. It also urged the public to be wary off fraudsters. This is because fraudsters do demand money from candidates or those applying.

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Nigerian Army Recruitment Form Is Free. The Army warns against Fraudsters.

National Park Service Seeks Armed Forces Support

The Conservator General (CG), National Park Service (NPS), Dr Ibrahim Musa Goni has expressed the readiness of the Service to partner with the Armed Forces of Nigeria (AFN). In order to safeguard the nation’s forest reserves.

The CG made this known today on the 14 September 2021 when he led NPS management staff on a courtesy visit to the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), General Lucky Irabor at the Defence Headquarters (DHQ), Abuja.

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Dr Goni, stated that the NPS was established for the purpose of protecting and conserving the biodiversity in the designated areas which he identified as national parks, game reserves and forest reserve..

Furthermore, the CG applauded the AFN for supporting NPS this far. He also noted that there was need to sustain the existing synergy that exist between them. By working together to tackle the current security challenges facing the nation.

The CG also explained that the area of collaboration would be on combat training. Where NPS personnel are trained. And also logistic support is given to them. In order to boost the Agency’s mandate of securing the forest reserves.

According to Dr Goni, “these forest reserves and national parks which are approximately 1,129 square metres have become hideout for bandits and terrorists”, he added.

Responding, the CDS, Gen Lucky Irabor, represented by the Chief of Defence Policy and Plans, Air Vice Marshal Dahiru Sanda reiterated that the commitment of the AFN in collaborating with the NPS, describing the Service as a key agency in the security architecture of the nation.

In addition to that, Dr Goni maintained that the relevant stakeholders must support the organization towards ensuring that the forests are well protected against criminalities.

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CDS Charged NPS On The Need To Dominate The Nation Forest

The CDS charged NPS on the need to dominate the nation’s forests in terms of intelligence gathering and sharing of information with the military and other security agencies so as to checkmate every form of terror and other crimes.

The visit was graced by the DHQ Departmental Chiefs and Directors. Among the NPS delegation were Assistant Conservators Dr Agboola Okofiyin, Mr Yakubu Mohammed Kolo, Mr Mohammed Kabir and Mr Yakubu Haruna Zull.

News Related By Benjamin Olufemi Sawyer
Major General
Director Defence Information
14 September 2021

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