Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bullion Go-Neat Global Limited, Ambassador Olufemi Ajadi Oguntoyinbo has commended the Nigerian Soldiers for their unwavering dedication and hardworking in protecting the country’s Territory.
Ajadi, made this known on Tuesday while speaking with journalists during the celebration of promotion of dedicated over sixty (60) soldiers from private ranks to Warrant Officers at the 174 Battalion of the Nigeria Army at Odogunyan, Lagos.
He said the country appreciate the soldiers’ determination to protect Nigerians from external aggression, as he also praised their commitment to duty and excellence, urging them to maintain their dedication and discipline.
He urges them to keep striving for greatness, and continue to excel.
He also highlighted that the soldiers’ new ranks were a testament to their leadership qualities and dedication.
Ajadi expressed the nation’s pride in the service of these soldiers and the trust placed in them to lead with honour and integrity.
He urges them to maintain their character and skills to achieve even greater success in the future.
Ajadi was accompanied to the event by Hon. Kilamuwaye Badmus, Comrade Olowu Olayemi Omokehinde; Comrade Awoeyo Olugbenga Olaitan; Hon. Teluwo Kehinde and Hon. Fatai Adenaya Modawoni.
Also speaking, the Commanding Officer of the 174 Battalion Nigerian Army, Lieutenant Col Muhammad Ibrahim Abdurrahman, stressed the significance of soldiers for national unity.
While expressing delight in meeting Ambassador Ajadi, Abdurrahman applauded him for his support and kind gestures.
He reminded the newly promoted officers to see their promotion as a gift from God, noted that they should increase their dedication to duty, maintain discipline and loyalty to the Nigerian Army.
He encouraged them to cherish this memorable day as an opportunity to further their commitment to the nation’s defense.
The event served as a significant milestone, both for the promoted soldiers and for the bonds of camaraderie within the 174 Battalion Nigerian Army.