Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Allow Your Daughters To Join Army – Yobe Govt Tells Parents

 Special Adviser on Security Affairs to Governor Mai Mala Buni and Chairman, Yobe State Recruitment Committee, Brig. Gen. Dahiru Abdulsalam said this at the Regular Recruitment Intake screening exercise for the state.


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The government of Yobe state has appealed to parents in the state to allow their daughters to join the Nigerian Army.



Special Adviser on Security Affairs to Governor Mai Mala Buni and Chairman, Yobe State Recruitment Committee, Brig. Gen. Dahiru Abdulsalam (rtd) said this while fielding questions from newsmen at the 241 Recce Battalion Nguru, venue for the 82 Regular Recruitment Intake screening exercise for the state.

Brig. Gen. Dahiru Abdulsalam said it is important for journalists and other relevant stakeholders to sensitize parents across the 17 local government areas of the state to encourage their daughters to join the Army.

He said: "You know, because of cultural and religious issues it is very difficult for females from this part of the country to join the army."

On the current screen exercise for the 82RRI which commenced on the 2nd of January, Brig. Gen. Abdulsalam noted that based on the principle of Federal Character, the Nigerian Army has shortlisted 1,500 candidates for Yobe State where, after the exercise, only 140 are expected to make the final list.

Talking about the transparency of the recruitment exercise, Abdulsalam said: "The Nigerian Army recruitment is the most transparent of all recruitment exercises. Anybody that is not shortlisted will not take part and the result will be announced here on the ground."

It was gathered that among the 1,500 candidates shortlisted from the state, only four female candidates made it to the current stage as the screening exercise continues. The exercise is expected to end on the 16th of January, 2022.

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