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NIGERIAN ARMY TO HOLD 4 DAYS SEMINAR ON THE MANAGEMENT OF ASYMMETRIC SECURITY CHALLENGES FROM 16TH-20TH OCTOBER 2017

The Nigerian Army will as from tomorrow Monday 16th October 2017 hold a 4 day international seminar on the management of asymmetric security challenges at the Nigerian Army Resource Centre (NARC), Abuja, Federal Capital Territory. The theme of the Seminar is “Managing Asymmetric Security Challenges in the 21st Century”. The participants are drawn from Armed Forces of Nigeria and Security Agencies and 16 friendly nations. Out of total of 150 participants, 56 are from the Armed Forces of 16 friendly countries while 94 are from Armed Forces of Nigeria, Nigeria Police and other Security Agencies. The Seminar is aimed at achieving the following objectives: a. To build capacity towards a better understanding and managing of asymmetric security challenges amongst the participants. b. To draw lessons from the challenges and peculiarities common to all participating countries in the management of asymmetric security challenges. c. To share knowledge on global asymmetric security challenges. d. To create better understanding of cultural diversity amongst the participants. e. To strengthen relationships and encourage interaction amongst the participants.
You are please requested to disseminate this information to the public through your medium.
Thank you for your kind cooperation.
Brigadier General Sani Kukasheka Usman
Director Army Public Relations
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2 thoughts on “NIGERIAN ARMY TO HOLD 4 DAYS SEMINAR ON THE MANAGEMENT OF ASYMMETRIC SECURITY CHALLENGES FROM 16TH-20TH OCTOBER 2017

  1. akinwale samson

    Nigerian army you are the combatant force in nigeria!
    which day 77RRI will come out now because am ready to destroy terrorist in nigeria and to serve nigeria with all my strength.
    God bless nigerian armed forces!.

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