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3 Div. commences Inter-Brigade NAFEST 2018

The Headquarters 3 Division of the Nigerian Army would hold an Inter- Brigade Nigerian Army Sports Festival (NAFEST) 2018 in Plateau State today.

The Division made the official announcement of the commencement of the festival in a statement signed by its Deputy Director, Army Public Relations, Colonel Kayode Ogunsanya.

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Daily Trust learnt that in line with the Nigerian Army Training Directives for the year 2018, the festival would hold from Tuesday 13th -Thursday, 15th November 2018 at the 3 Division Physical Training Ground, Maxwell Khobe Cantonment in Jos.

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The Division explained that the competition was targeted at improving combat proficiency through physical skills, organizational ability and endurance, and to promote spirit-de-corps among the participating athletes.

“Participating formations and units for the competition are drawn from 3 Division Area of Responsibility. They included, 3 Division Garrison Jos, Headquarters 33 Artillery Brigade Bauchi, Headquarters 43 Engineer Brigade Jos, Headquarters 53 signals Brigade and 82 Battalion Jos,” Ogunsanya said.

 

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