COVID-19: Armed Forces Command Staff and Colleges sensitizes kaduna community
By: Femi Mustapha
The Armed Forces Command Staff and College (AFCSC) JAJI North West Nigeria is to conduct medical sensitization on the current COVID-19 pandemic in Bina Village, Igabi Local Government Area, Kaduna State as part of the its corporate social responsibility to the host community.
The College Public Relations Officer Major Ajemasu Yake Jingina stated this in a statement made available to media in kaduna on 21 May,2020
The statement disclosed that the was part of the bi-annual Field Training Exercise (FTX) which is scheduled to hold
from 22 May-4 June 2020.
The FTX according to him will be along Road Jaji-Labar-Dunki-Wazata general area in Igabi Local Government Area, Kaduna State.
“The Exercise is designed to assess student officers of Junior Course 89 on various aspects of leadership, tactics as well as command and control in all phases of conventional and asymmetric warfares.
“The Exercise will also evaluate students understanding of counter terrorism and counter insurgency operations. Additionally, medical sensitization on the current COVID-19 pandemic will be conducted in Bina Village, as part of the College’s corporate social responsibility to the host community.
“In view of this, the general public, especially people living around the exercise area are advised to remain calm and not panic on sighting movement of troops and military equipment. Sounds of explosives and small arms fire would also be heard intermittently during the days of the FTX.
” Please note that necessary preventive measures have been put in place for security and safety of the area.
” However, the general public is equally implored to keep off the vicinity during the period.” The statement reads.