Navy poised to contribute to quality health care delivery – Naval Chief

Navy poised to contribute to quality health care delivery – Naval Chief

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The Nigerian Navy has reiterated its commitment to contributing to quality health care delivery in the country. This statement was made recently at the Nigerian Navy School of Health Sciences, Offa, Kwara State during its Basic Medical 38th graduation ceremony held at the school premises.
Speaking at the ceremony, the flag officer commanding, Naval Training Command, Rear Admiral Ifeola Mohammed called for the support of Nigerians in restoring peace to the Niger Delta and also putting an end to militancy in the region.
According to Mohammed, maintenance of peace and security is the responsibility of every Nigerian and not the security agencies alone. He noted that, “Now more than ever, we must see security as the concerns of all and hence, strive towards supporting the security operatives about any breach of threat to peace in the land.
“Just like President Buhari’s administration mantra of change begins with me, the peace and security of the country is in the hands of all Nigerians”, he said. Speaking further, Mohammed said the graduation was in fulfillment of the vision of the Chief Naval Staff to develop a credible naval power in fulfillment of its constitutional roles towards enhancing national prosperity and security.
Speaking in the same vein, the school commandant, Navy Captain Ibrahim Doko Nurudeen applauded the efforts of the chief of Naval Staff for the numerous achievements the school has recorded over the years.
Doko therefore admonished the graduands to put the knowledge gained during the course to judicious use and affect the society positively. “I am delighted over their successful completion of the programme, having undergone best training that would enable them compete favourably among their peers globally” he added.

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