“We continue to pray for our nation, our colleagues in the front-lines, our Commander-in-Chief and the Chief of Army Staff as we all seek enduring security and peace throughout the nation.
“We will continue to pray for wives and families of our fallen heroes, who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for the peace and oneness of the nation.
“We are also grateful to Gov. Ugwuanyi for his support to us and entire armed forces.
“We will continue to pray for the governor and his family for God’s grace and guidance on them,’’ he said.
In a remark, Mrs Rasheedat Adegboye, Chairperson, 82 Division NAOWA, thanked the governor, the GOC, senior staff and other officers of the Division that had supported NAOWA Vocational and Skill Acquisition Centre.
She said, “For the graduates of the vocational and skill acquisition centre; I will want you to apply all you have learnt to improve the socio-economic status and well-being of yourselves and families.
“For the new intakes to the centre, I want you to take your training seriously; learn and be master of your chosen skill in order to make a difference in the society, improve your earns and support your families’’.
A total of 32 sewing machines and its accessories were given to the new graduates of the centre that learnt tailoring/fashion designing.
170 bags of fish feeds and other accessories were given to the new graduates of the centre that learnt fish farming among others.