National Defence College to Partner UAE on National Power

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The National Defence College, NDC, of Nigeria and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to increase the national power of the two countries.

Head of Delegation, Mahdi Alahbabi revealed that the visit was to share knowledge and study how Nigeria conducts its activities to meet its mission, adding that the UAE believed that the armed forces were the instrument for measuring its national power.

Alahbabi said majority of members of his country’s military were civilians in other sectors of government and the private sector.

Also speaking Commandant of Nigeria, Murtala Bashir, said the college develops future strategic leaders within the military, security agencies, strategic government ministries and agencies.

Written by: Helen Obih

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