Loyola Jesuit college students visit DHQ on career excursion .

By. Lazarus Zakaa, Abuja.

The Chief of Defence Staff General Abayomi Olonisakin has advised the students of Loyola Jesuit College, Abuja to consider a career with the military to enable them contribute their quota in defending the territorial integrity of the country.

Students of Loyola Jesuit College, Abuja on a career excursion to the Defence headquarters in Abuja.

Represented by Defence Chief of Civil Military cooperation Real Admiral Habila Ngalabak , gave the advice while playing host to the students of the college who were on a career excursion to the Defence headquarters.

This is part of the efforts aimed at preparing them for career prospects, as the will to the Defence headquarters was to inspire the student to gain firsthand knowledge on the constitutional roles of the armed forces.

He further encourage the students to join the military while saying its a noble profession , with lots of benefits.

The college guardian and counselor Revered sister Maureen Odilieze who led the student and other staff members, commanded the selfless sacrifice of the military towards national security, while expressing her appreciation to the Chief Of Defence Staff for the warm reception accorded to the students.

Group photograph of Students of Loyola Jesuit College, Abuja on a career excursion to the Defence headquarters in Abuja.

The students were enlightened on the roles and responsibilities of the Defence headquarters and as well its organizational structure, operational activities of the armed forces of Nigeria and a brief career talk.

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