The Chief of Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar has said that the Nigerian Air Force would reintroduce Air Force Girls Military School by September next year in a bid to give young girls opportunity to become female pilots in future. Abubakar, who disclosed this yesterday in Abuja during his investiture as the Grand…
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The Chief of Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar has said that the Nigerian Air Force would reintroduce Air Force Girls Military School by September next year in a bid to give young girls opportunity to become female pilots in future.

Abubakar, who disclosed this yesterday in Abuja during his investiture as the Grand Patron of the Ex-Junior Airmen/Air Women Association (Air Force Military School, Jos Alumni), said he was happy that members of the alumni are doing excellently well in their various fields.

The Chief of Air Staff said that is what education is all about, adding value to the society.

“I am so excited that what the NAF has put in place so many years back is bringing out men and women of integrity,  people who are contributing to the society.”

He noted that the Air Force is trying as much as possible to improve the facilities in its secondary schools, as well as infrastructure, stressing that efforts are in place to ensure that  the senior classes would not have more than four people in a room.

“Why we are doing so much in education is because we understand the relationship between illiteracy and insecurity.

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