The Army Approves Bayelsa School Projects

Posted by

Lieutenant General Taoreed Abiodun Lagbaja, chief of army staff, has granted many projects at Nembe National Grammar School (NNGS) in Bayelsa State’s Nembe local government area.

Maj. Gen. I. A. Allison, who is both a native of Nembe and a former senior prefect of NNGS in 1988, is the Army’s Director of Engineering Services and was responsible for executing the projects.

Sound Off Enhance Display
Redesigning the school’s main entrance, building eight restrooms, updating the scientific labs, and supplying the labs with equipment are all part of the list of projects.

The repair of the sick bay, the delivery of medications and vital medical equipment, the creation of library bookcases, and the reticulation and supply of water to the kitchen and hostels are among the other projects.

In addition to establishing a Computer Based Test (CBT) center with 168 computers, the Army also rebuilt the school kitchen and installed solar lighting in the dining hall for use during preparation.

The extensive projects, known as Civil-Military Cooperation (CIMIC), were carried out nationwide as part of the Nigerian Army’s non-kinetic strategies to address the country’s security challenges, according to Major General Jamal Abdusalam, Chief of Army Staff and General Officer Commanding (GOC) of 6 Division.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *