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NAF commissions 28 housing units in Bauchi


Chief of the Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar

To reduce the housing problems faced by men of the force, the Nigerian Air force has inaugurated 28 housing units at the Force Base, located in Bauchi State.

The Chief of Air Staff, Sadique Abubakar, who commissioned the project assured officers and men of the command that their welfare would not be compromised. He pledged to sustain efforts towards enhancing the security of the nation, which he stated was critical to nation building.

Represented at the ceremony by Air Vice Marshal James Gwani, he said NAF would ensure that its personnel live in comfortable atmosphere to boost their morale in service.


“We are commissioning two blocks of furnished bedroom, three units of bedroom, semi- detached bungalows, a block of bedroom flats for our senior non- commissioned officers and four blocks of regiment transit quarters.”

According to him, the projects was part of efforts to further enhance the welfare of the personnel to enable them focus on their assigned tasks and add value to the service.

He urged them to remain focused and continues to conduct themselves in line with the laws of the nation and the international humanitarian laws in the discharge of their duties.

The commander, 251 Base Services Group, Nazeef Aliyu said the achievements recorded was in line with the vision of the leadership of the force to reposition the NAF into a highly professional and disciplined force.

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