The Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen Tukur Buratai has urged old students of Command Secondary Schools in the country to contribute towards the development of their alma maters to improve on their academic activities.
Buratai, who made the appeal at the grand reunion of the Command Secondary School, Jos Old Students’ Association (COJOSA), stated that the current security challenge in the country has affected other activities of the military, including human capital and infrastructural development.
The Army Chief, who was represented by the General Officer Commanding 81 Division, Major General Enebong Udoh said, “the past decade has confronted us with a myriad of security challenges. Combating these security challenges and attending to other pressing problems come with huge budgetary demands which cannot be satisfied owing to other equally important competing sectors of our nation’s economy.
“It is in the light of this that the Nigerian Army welcomes initiatives that could generate revenue to undertake some pressing financial obligations”, he said.
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