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Dickson salutes Nigerian Airforce over investment in Bayelsa

The Bayelsa State Governor Hon. Seriake Dickson has given a warm salute to the efforts of the Nigerian Air Force for making strategic investments aimed at improving the welfare and professionalism of its personnel in the state, reports ITRealms.

Governor Dickson who made this known at the weekend during the commissioning ceremony of eight (8) of its projects embarked upon by the Air Force at the Mobility Command, Yenagoa.

ITRealms gathered that these projects include 235 Base Service Wing Complex, Medical Centre, Provost Squadron, Officers' quarters, Joint Airmen Mess, CAWO/RSM residential complex, Airmen quarters and Commander's residence.

Speaking shortly before the commissioning, Governor Dickson expressed surprise at the level of achievements the command has recorded within a short period of its establishment.

Dickson also called on all tiers of government including the National Assembly to continue to support the nation's security agencies to effectively perform their role of securing lives and property nationwide.

He expressed his administration's preparedness to partner with the Nigerian Air Force in the area of establishing educational facilities and other critical infrastructure, assured that government would provide additional land for the purpose.

In his remarks, the Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshall Sadiq Abubakar said the projects was in fulfillment of impact directly on d welfare and enhance professional competence of its personnel.

As said Abubakar, the ultimate aim is to build a  self-sustaining base to meet the residential, social and administrative needs of its personnel through prudent use of scarce resources.

He further expressed determination to collaborate with other security agencies to combat security challenges facing the country, said plans are on to provide a Cancer Screening Centre in some states including Bayelsa.

Equally speaking, the Special Guest of honour, Air Vice Marshal Larry Koinyan (Retd), lauded the current leadership of the Nigeria Air Force for its resourcefulness at enhancing welfare and professionalism in spite of funding constraints.

While charging the Armed Forces on the need to intensify efforts at safeguarding the territorial integrity  of the nation, AVM Koinyan tasked them on discipline and loyalty to the government of the day irrespective of ethno-religious differences.


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