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Military LAUDED AKSG ON RAPID SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.

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The Nigerian Armed Forces on Tuesday praised the Akwa Ibom State Government, over the responsibility of financial advancement in the State.

They gave the recognition during a kindness visit to the Honorable Commissioner of Economic Development and Ibom Deep Seaport, at the Conference room of the Ministry, by individuals

The understudies of the College are visiting eight States which are Osun, Akwa Ibom, Anambra, Imo, Jigawa, Kano, Rivers and Taraba States. The understudies are right now going through the school visit.

AFCSC is an organization where we have Army, Air Force and Navy filling together for the need the foundation had been set up for.

The AFCSC is giving junior and senior initiative preparing, military instruction and center viable schooling for military.

In accordance with the current year’s subject: ‘Pandemic and National security: COVID-19 point of view”.

The group, comprised of Personal, Students and staff from the Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji, Nigeria (SC 43), gave the extols during a visit to the state Ministry of Economic Development and Ibom Deep Seaport, Uyo on Tuesday with the topic: “Pandemic and National Security: COVID-19 in Perspective”.

While expressing the motivation behind the visit, Brigadier General Basil Adonkie,who was the head of the group, uncovered that the activity would empower the understudies accumulate data for the culmination of their examination at the school.

Brigadier General B. Adonkie, expressed gratitude toward the Honorable Commissioner of Economic Development and Ibom Deep Seaport, Akan Okon, and lauded Governor Udom Emmanuel for the degree of advancement the group has seen in the state since appearance on Sunday, 15 November.

He said that the group is in the state to know the troubles and difficulties the state is looking because of the COVID-19 pandemic,and how it has influenced the state Economically, likewise taking a gander at the path forward through measures set up to handle the circumstance.

Prior in his invite address, the Commissioner of Economic Development and Ibom Deep Seaport, Mr. Akan Okon,on benefit of the Management and staff of the service invite the members and managerial Staff of the Armed Forces Command and Staff College,Jaji, to his service.

He depicted the visit as well-suited and convenient, saying that the COVID-19 pandemic has involved significant concern, in Nigeria, yet internationally.

Talking on the topic of the visit, the Economic Boss expressed that “We are altogether mindful of the ruin that the COVID-19 pandemic has unleashed on the Nation just as its combining states thus this topic is able as it is accepted that your examination will assist you with finding enduring answers for the destruction brought about by the pandemic to people, families and organizations”.

He added that to viably deal with the wide spread of COVID-19,there must be a kept observing af all passage and exit to the States.”For the accomplishment of achievement in the battle against this pandemic, all basic partners countries people, and enterprises should together reinforce the endeavors of the World Health Organization (WHO) at conveying on its order. Everybody will definitely profit by endeavors pointed toward understanding changes that could affect worldwide wellbeing and building limit react to worldwide wellbeing chances”.

High purpose of the occasion was the introduction of survenir to the Hon. Official by the group chief, Brigadier General Basil Adonkie.

present at the occasion were Group Captain S.A Eyoma,and different officials from the Command;Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Economic Development and Ibom Deep Seaport,Mr Effiong Ekpenyong; Director State Economic Planning,Mrs Enobong Okpongkpong;The Legal Adviser of the Ministry,Dr. Kingsley Ekwere;Director Program Monitoring, Mr Otobong Sambo;Director of Admin, Mr.Samuel Inyang.

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