The Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) on Monday, April 1, postponed the entry examination for 71, Regular Course applicants.
The academy public relations officer, Major Abubakar Abdullahi, in a statement issued in Kaduna, said that the schedule examination to hold on April 13 .
Abdullahi said that a new date would be announced.
“NDA wishes to inform all applicants of the 71 Regular Course that entry examination earlier scheduled to hold on 13 April 2019 has been postponed.
“A new date will be communicated accordingly,”Abdullahi said.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that over 200 senior officers the Nigerian Army from the rank of lieutenant colonels to major generals were ordered to proceed on compulsory retirement.
The Tribune, citing military sources reported that the order followed a directive from the chief of army staff, Lt General Tukur Buratai, to the military secretary of the army to serve notice of retirement to officers who went through the Nigerian Military School (NMS), Zaria (a secondary school) where they spent five years.
The sources said the army chief directed that the five years the affected officers spent as secondary school students in the military school be added to their years of military service.
A source on Saturday, February 9, said that the decision which affected officers that was as a result of a new policy of the federal government.
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