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Nigerian Army Commissions Multiple Projects at Nembe National Grammar School

Nigerian Army Commissions project at Nembe National Grammar School
Nigerian Army Commissions project at Nembe National Grammar School

In a bid to enhance educational, the Nigerian Army, under the leadership of Chief of Army Staff Lieutenant General Taoreed Lagbaja, has commissioned a series of projects at Nembe National Grammar School (NNGS) in Bayelsa State.

The projects, aimed at improving infrastructure and educational resources, were unveiled at Nembe Grammar School during a ceremony attended by Major General Jamal Abdusalam, representing the Chief of Army Staff.

These initiatives include remodelling the school’s main gate, constructing eight toilets, renovating science laboratories and supplying laboratory equipment, building library bookshelves, providing water reticulation and supply at the kitchen and hostels, renovating the sickbay and supplying medical equipment, renovating the school kitchen, and installing solar lights at the dining hall, and establishing a Computer-Based Test (CBT) center equipped with 168 computers.

These projects, classified as Civil-Military Cooperation (CIMIC), reflect the Army’s commitment to employing non-kinetic approaches to address security challenges across the country.

Major General I. A. Allison, Director of Engineering Services for the Army spearheaded the execution of the projects.

He expressed gratitude to the Chief of Army Staff for funding and enabling the initiatives, emphasizing the importance of a peaceful environment for sustainable development.

During the ceremony, Major General Allison urged Nembe residents to take ownership of the projects and protect them from theft and vandalism, emphasizing the need for continued collaboration between the Army and the local residents.

Oteigbanyo George-Braah, Chairman of the NNGS 1983/1988 set and member of the state House of Assembly representing Nembe Constituency 1, lauded the Nigerian Army for its initiatives. He praised Major General Allison for his exemplary role in facilitating the projects and urged other community leaders to emulate his commitment to development.

As a gesture of support, the 1983/1988 set announced plans to donate 150 chairs to the school, further demonstrating their dedication to enhancing educational opportunities in the community.

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