Nigerian Navy Charges Personnel On Discipline, Professionalism
The Commander, Naval Unit Abuja, Commodore Abdulrahman Muhammed has commended both officers and ratings of the Nigerian Navy for their good conduct, professionalism and dedication to service.
The commander made this remark at the Naval Unit Abuja Social Activities (NUASA 2022) which marks the end of 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 tasks, we will continue to ensure an enabling environment.
“As officers and ratings of NUA, you must therefore take your duties seriously as your progression will be based on your professional competence. It is imperative that you utilize all available opportunities to attain sound professional growth and eschew practices likely to earn you unpleasant measures.” Muhammed said.
Meanwhile, Chief of Administration Naval Headquarters, Rear Admiral Barabutemegha Jason Gbassa who is the guest of honor, represented by Rear Admiral Kennedy Obi Egbuchulam, also commended the ratings of Nigerian Navy for their dedication, discipline and act of gallantry in safeguarding the lives and properties of people.
He said “I commend you all for your part individually and collectively to the success of NN activities and operations. This has provided a secured environment for the peace loving people of Abuja to celebrate the Christmas as well as the New Year.
“I appreciate your family members for their support and maintaining the home front particularly when their spouses,father’s or parents are out answering the call to military duty”.
The Naval Unit Abuja Social Activities (NUASA 2022) witnessed a large gathering of parents and children, while dancing competition, comedy, games, questions and answers among the children graced the event.
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Report By: PRNigeria.com