The 2015 Geo Strategic World Study Tour for participants of Course 23 to selected countries across the globe took place from 1-19 May 2015. A total of 20 countries were visited where each team visited 2 countries within the period of the Tour.
The Tour is part of the College’s academic schedule planned and executed to achieve the objectives of the theoretical teachings in the College. Hence the participants were opportune to be exposed to divergent derivable economic, social and political benefits from the countries visited to Nigeria as a nation.
While playing an overseeing role during the Tour, the Commandant, Rear Admiral Ndidi Patrick Agholor seized the opportunity to visit some foreign military/civil institutions and pay courtesy calls on some Nigerian embassies among others.
The Commandant, Rear Admiral Ndidi Patrick Agholor laying a wreath in memory of sacrifices and
successes of Kenya Defence Force officers and service members in OPERATION LINDA NCHI
The commandant with the Deputy Commander, Kenya Defence Force, Brig Gen. Francis Ogolla
Rear Admiral NP Agholor (left) presenting a souvenir to His Excellency,
Nigeria High Commissioner to Kenya, Amb Akin Oyateru
The Commandant, International Peace Support Study Center,
Col S Muthui (right) presenting a Souvenir to Rear Admiral NP Agholor
Rear Admiral NP Agholor having a chat with the representative of the
Commandant of the Kenya Defence College, Brig JM Waweru
The Commandant with Participants at the Kenya Defence College, Kenya
The Commandant NDC with some Participants of the National Defence College, Kenya
Rear Admiral NP Agholor taking a look at Facilities at the Kenya Defence College
Rear Admiral NP Agholor (right) with Netherlands Defence Attachee to Nigeria, Col Eric Delandmeter
The Commandant with Faculty members and participant at a visit to Delft, a traditional town of Netherlands
Rear Admiral NP Agholor with the Jamaica Chief of Defence Staff,
Maj Gen Antony Bertram Anderson (right) at the Jamaica Defence Headquarters, Kingston
The Commandant with the Director of Youth Division,
Ministry of Youth and Culture, Jamaica, Mrs. Michelle Small-Bartley