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While giving an address at the end of the biannual inspection, he said the tour gave him the opportunity to see the state of affairs of the different units and bases under the command. He said, “Regular inspections like this require we adhere to standards and ensure that we are combat ready. I have been able to confirm the standards of both the shore and sea assets are high. It is hoped that this will support the way we operate in future and reinforce our drive to instill discipline in the use of dwindling resources.

Alade, however, urged the officers and ratings of the command to make use of the job training opportunities to enhance their professional skills. Commending the sea exercise that heralded the parade, in which Nigerian Navy Ship (NNS) Ekun returned to sea after years of disrepair and sailed successfully, Alade said the exercise enabled him assess the state of readiness of the western fleet.


Posted November 26, 2014 by rrts in -NEWS

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