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CHIEF TOM URGES NIGERIAN SOLDIERS TO BE APOLITICAL IN THE DISCHARGE OF THEIR DUTIES. 

— Promises to always provide logistic Support for security Agencies.
The Executive Chairman of Emohua Local Government Area,  High Chief Tom  Aliezi has advised Nigerian Soldiers to keep to their oath of protecting the territorial integrity of Nigeria.
He urged the Nigerian Army to put the unity of Nigeria above their Personal Interests, in the discharge of their duties.
He however,  commended the Nigerian Army for the success so far recorded in his administration’s fight against crime and criminality in Emohua Local Government area, and promised to always provide logistic support for all the security agencies for positive results.
Hon Tom,  made the statement when he received in Courtesy some Youths of Emohua Local Government Area who scaled through the 2018 Recruitment of Nigerian Army in his office on Monday.
The New Army recruits from Emohua Local Government Area numbering eight who are to report to their point of duty within the week,  visited the chairman to  comend him for his support to them before,  during and after their recruitment exercise.
The Chief Security officer of Emohua local Government Area,  urged them to be good ambassadors of Emohua Local Government Area in cause of their service to the Nation.
He advised them to remain apolitical in the discharge of their duties, as that is the only way to grow to high Ranks in their Careers.
He maintained that favouritism and Partisanship by security personnel , especially during elections will only destroy Nigeria’s Nascent Democracy.
The Chairman,  promised to always support the young soldiers when ever he is called upon.
He wished them safe trip to their various barracks,  and prayed God to guide and protect them in cause of their service to the Nation.
Bright Jossy ,
Senior Special Assistant To Emohua Local Government Chairman,
Information and Communication.
Tues,  6 Nov 2018.
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