Security: The Military is open to professional advice-CDS

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The Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), Gen. Christopher Musa has reassured that the Military would continue to seek advice from veterans for the advancement of the Armed Forces.

The CDS made this known in a statement by Brig.- Gen. Tukur Gusau, Acting Director of Defence Information in Abuja.

According to the statement, Musa made this known when the Nigerian Defence Academy ( NDA) pioneer officer Cadets, Course One, paid him a visit to mark its 60th anniversary.

While thanking them for their great service to the nation, he pledged to continue to seek their advice when necessary.

According to him, their experiences are still valuable and needed to advance the Nigeria Armed Forces.

Earlier, Chairman of the Regular Course One, retired Maj. Gen.- Rabiu Aliyu, commended the CDS for his support towards their 60th anniversary re-union.

He also commended the CDS for his people-centric leadership, adding that he had achieved many successes across the various defence headquarters led operations in Nigeria.

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The pioneer members of the NDA Regular Course one were enlisted in 1964 and commissioned in 1967.

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