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Female cadet allegedly maltreated on military campus

The academy under the the tutelage of Major General M.T Ibrahim recently rolled out forms for the 68th regular course admission.

 
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According to Sahara Reporters, the lady was maltreated and given a corporal punishment in the leading military and educational institution for the Nigerian Air Force, Army and Naval officers to be.

The academy under the the tutelage of Major General M.T Ibrahim recently rolled out forms for the 68th regular course admission.

In September 2015, Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari attended the 62nd Passing Out Parade & convocation ceremony of the Nigerian Defence Academy in the company of Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna.

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