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‘Engage In Physical Activities To Improve Work Performance’



Officers of the Nigerian Army have been urged to always ensure that all military personnel in their various units engaged in physical activities to improve their performances at work.
This was disclosed by the acting Corps Commander of the Nigerian Army medical, Colonel Idris Babatunde Solebo, during the take over from the former Ag Corps Commander, Col. Johnson Samuel Adama, at Nigerian Army Corps Headquarters in Lagos
Solebo said to improve the performance at work, a physically fit body and mentally alert mind are essential.
He said, “As such, all commanders are to ensure all military personnel of the Corps in their respective units actively participate in physical activities”
Solebo who took over from Col.S.J Adama Implored all personnel to reflect on the ethics, customs and tradition of the military and abide strictly by the rules to foster an enviable Corps for the future.
“You will agree with me that the amount of financial resources devoted to and already expended by the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) on healthcare infrastructure in our medical establishment is enormous”
He continued, “The Corps is unparalleled in the recent history of the Nigerian Army. As such, there is no gainsaying that to whom much is given much is expected”
“By extension, performance, excellence and efficiency in the delivery of prompt and enviable healthcare to our officers, soldiers and their families is therefore not an exception, but the norm henceforth” said Solebo.
He added that, his vision was to have a highly regimented, professional and accountable Corps in the delivery of its services.
“Regimentation was the bedrock of military indoctrination and panacea for victory at warfare and success in peacetime administration”
He noted that, there would be special focus on health care deliver in the North East including the Reference hospital in the AOR.
Solebo, however, thanked the outgoing Commander and the Chief of Army Staff(COAS) Lt.General, Brutai Tukur, for counting him worthy of steering the affairs of the medical Corps.