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Minister Makes It Mandatory For Staff, Visitors To Wear Armed Remembrance Day Emblem

“Effective from tomorrow morning (December 2), and in line with the directive of Mr. President, all staff and visitors to the FCTA (Federal Capital Territory Administration) headquarters and all our offices must wear the (Armed Forces Remembrance Day) emblem until January 15, 2023. And we encourage staff and visitors to donate generously.”

The directive was given today, December 1, by the minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Malam Muhammad Musa Bello when he received in his office, a delegation of the National Planning Committee for Emblem Decoration, led by the National Chairman of the Nigeria Legion, Major General A.M Jibril

The leader of the Legion decorated the minister with the 2023 Armed Forces Remembrance Day Emblem, even as the minister pledged to create a source of support for the widows and children of the nation’s fallen heroes.

Muhammad Musa Bello commended the Nigeria Legion for the good work it has been doing in caring for the families of the nation’s fallen heroes and congratulated its leadership for the successful establishment  of its FCT office.

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Earlier, the leader, Major General Jibril commended the Minister for the support the Nigeria Legion has enjoyed from the FCT Administration, appealing for more of such support for the success hosting of 2023 Armed Forces Remembrance Day.

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