A delegation from Kenya’s National Defence College (NDC) 24 Participants has conducted, a study tour to Nigeria Defence College, NDC, Abuja. In his address the leader of the delegation the Deputy Commandant of the Kenyan National Defence College, Ambassador Robbert Mghesu who expressed profound gratitude and happiness to the Commandant NDC, Rear Admiral OB Daji for the visit inspite of short notices, called for diplomacy and strategic approach in resolving issues.
He however, commended the effort of the College which was the highest military institution for impacting knowledge on the participants, as strategic leaders drama from different sectors of society. While reacting, the Commandant, NDC, Rear Ad Daji, who also expressed appreciation to the delegation on the importance attached to visit for the benefits of both countries and continent at large, therefore reiterated on the need for both counties to collaborate in the area of training in order to combat insecurity within the both countries.
Earlier in his address, the College Director of Coordination, Brigadier General EF Oywlola, who gave brief on the College activities, also highlighted the College Term Paper, as well as, modules for course 30.
The highlight of the Study Visit was interactive session and the tour of NDC Syndicates Rooms, Abacha Hall, Library and Museum respectively.
The delegation comprised Participants from Kenya Army, Navy, Air-Force, Ministry and Foreign Participants from Germany and India. The delegation comprised of Participants from Kenya Army, Navy, Air- Force and other from Parastatals and foreign participants from Germany and India.