The President Nigerian Army Officers’ Wives Association (NAOWA) Mrs Salamatu F Yahaya has showered encomiums on the Chairperson NAOWA 7 Division Chapter, Mrs Safiyya Shaibu for strengthening and standardizing NAOWA Assets in Maimalari barracks with the completion of a block of 2 classrooms and a NAOWA Secretariat.
She made this known on Friday 12 August 2022 at Maimalari Cantonment Borno State.
Mrs Yahaya added that, the actualisation of the projects shows the premium NAOWA places on quality education and provision of conducive and befitting environment for teaching, learning and administration.
While commending the support of the Coordinator NAOWA Theatre Command Operation HADIN KAI Mrs Oghogho Christopher Musa for her support and contributions, Mrs Yahaya applauded the immediate past chairperson NAOWA 7 Division Chapter, Mrs Mariam Eyitayo for initiating the projects and the current Chairperson NAOWA 7 Division Chapter, Mrs Safiyya Shaibu for taking up and completing the projects and stressed that the unity of purpose demonstrated by Mrs Shaibu is worth emulating by all members of NAOWA.
Highlights of the NAOWA President’s visit to Maiduguri, are courtesy visits to the Theatre Commander Joint Task Force North East Operation HADIN KAI (OPHK), Major General Christopher Musa, the General Officer Commanding 7 Division and Commander Sector 1 OPHK, Major General Waidi Shaibu.
Other Highlights include visit to Wounded in Action soldiers, presentation of certificates and starter packs to graduands of skills acquisition programmes and presentation of medical equipment to NAOWA 7 Division Medical Services and Hospital. The President and her entourage also visited the Palace of His Royal Highness, the Shehu of Borno Alhaji Dr Abubakar Ibn Umar Garbai El-Kanemi CFR
The commissioning is part of efforts by NAOWA to strengthen the Officers of the Nigerian Army and ensure that their Children are raised in a conducive environment in the absence of their parents serving the Country.
It also marks a return to the well known activities of the association known for doing all it can to develop the barracks and ensure families of serving officers and men grow up in a conducive environment.