Nigerian Navy accuses personnel of discipline and professionalism
Abuja Naval Unit Commander Commodore Abdulrahman Muhammed praised both the officers and sailors of the Nigerian Navy for their good conduct, professionalism and dedication to service.
The commander made the remarks at the Abuja Naval Unit Social Activities (NUASA 2022) marking the end of the year 2022. He also charged them to raise the bar in promoting the good image of the Nigerian Navy.
He said: “The reality on the ground suggests that we cannot rest on our oars. I take this opportunity to assure you that, in these endeavors, we will continue to ensure an enabling environment.
“As NUA officers and ratings, therefore, you must take your duties seriously, as your progression will be based on your professional competence. It is imperative that you use all available opportunities to achieve strong professional growth and avoid practices that could lead to unsavory actions.” Muhammad said.
Meanwhile, Head of Naval Administration Headquarters, Rear Admiral Barabutemegha Jason Gbassa, who is the guest of honour, represented by Rear Admiral Kennedy Obi Egbuchulam, also praised the qualifications of the Nigerian Navy for its dedication, discipline and act of courage to safeguard lives and property. from the people.
He said: “I congratulate you all for your part individually and collectively for the success of NN’s activities and operations. This has provided a safe environment for the peace-loving people of Abuja to celebrate Christmas and New Year.
“I thank his family members for their support and for keeping up the home front, especially when their spouses, parents, or parents are answering the call for military service.”
The Abuja Naval Unit Social Activities (NUASA 2022) witnessed a great parent-child reunion, while dance competition, comedy, games, Q&A among children graced the event.
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Report by: PRNigeria.com