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Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by enesi009: 4:19pm On Sep 11
ugo4u:

grin grin you must have learnt your lessons grin what happened to your former account na? Information reaching me from the military high command has it that Oga tenderlaw still dey Ur matter o. grin.
Welcome sha !!
let me sit back and watch Eriksam and KODACK battle D forum.. Who will win am yet to know grin
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Jhennie(f): 4:50pm On Sep 11
enesi009:
are u on parade cds under madam Gift @ Kubwa camp

Yes dear.. I don't need to ask if you were.. That's good.. What's your name?
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by KODACK: 5:38pm On Sep 11
gargoyle:
The Nigerian armed forces and their lack of special operators and covert ops units. My thoughts:

I have often wondered:

Do we really have special forces personnel on the Nigerian Armed Forces?

Every serious military should as we are in an age of wars left and right

I'm not talking about the pretenders we keep calling special forces soldiers ooo but real special forces soldiers that have undergone harsh training for at least 2 years in various aspects of warfare; both conventional and unconventional suited to specific mission purposes.

The US has at least 8 different types of Special operative soldiers in their Special Operations command that can be called up for various missions. E.g.

The Delta Force Unit

The Navy Seals of which Seal Team Six is the most elite unit of all seal team units.

The Green Berets

The 75th Ranger Regiment

The USAF special forces Paratroopers

The Marine Raiders

The Marine Force Recon

The Night stalkers (Special flight forces)

The CIA Special Activities Division (aka CIA Special Operations Group): They are the best of the best and their activities are very very very very very very very top secret. They are made of the best Special forces soldiers selected from the above spec-ops unit and trained again for at least 9 months. Some of them are so good that they are called out of retirement.

These are the ones I can remember right off my memory. Trust me, I didn't even need to check the internet for these units again because I have studied and read about them for at least 8yrs (no jokes). Many of these units have a rich history some of them dating back to WW2.

Now some of you are bragging here about how those that didn't want to die chickened out and I hear stupid statements like "Khaki work no easy", " they no get liver" and other stupid shit. They prolly realised that the NA doesn't care for its personnel in the battle ground and leaves them with 1950s and 1960s equipment to fight a well funded and internationally backed terrorist group with better equipment and armor. Nobody wants to die for such a military that withholds benefits from the families of the fallen soldiers.

Now don't get me wrong, I wasn't one of those who ran away from training. Even with my BS and MS degrees at age 24, I wasn't selected after applying for SSC multiple times at different years. However, I think it was God at work because looking back now, I don't think I can be truly patriotic for a poorly underfunded military like Nigeria's whose generals have since sold their souls to Lucifer (ISWAP) for money.

Now back to my little essay:

These elite units are highly funded with air support and drones and with the latest weaponry and kits and they aren't owed allowances neither are they secretly buried after they are KIA. In fact, its rare for the US to loose so many Spec ops soldiers in one day like the NA does.

This led me to the following conclusions:

The Nigerian Military has ill-trained soldiers whose only ability is foolish slogans like "Morale high" and "Kawai".

The Nigerian Military has no Spec-Op units. Taking selected men to trained for 6 months in a funny country like Serbia doesn't make them special operators. Average time for Spec-Op training in the US is 2 yrs after which each operator undergoes specialized training ranging from 6months -2 yrs depending on special skills to be learnt (e.g signals and common, Medical, etc).

The Nigerian Military is a Joke and has been reduced to Chicken shit no thanks to bad leaders. This raises another question: Does the Nigerian Military give out awards for bravery displayed in the line of duty to soldiers that go above and beyond in the face of enemy fire. This raises the morale of soldiers and their respective units. The awards are doled out posthumously too and the US regularly gives out wards for bravery to both living or dead soldiers. E.g.

Congressional Medal of Honor

The Distinguished service cross

The Navy Cross

The Air force cross

The Silver star

The Bronze star

The purple Heart

Read this https://themedalofhonor.com/medal-of-honor-recipients

Etc

But here is a country whose tales of gallantry displayed by soldiers against the terrorist are unknown. Please if you know if such tales, kindly tell them here as it will raise the morale of those going to the battle field.

I have now reels out what's been eating me about our military. You guys should feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and constructive criticisms etc.

Gos bless Nigeria and good luck to those who have applied and those fighting or going to fight in the North-East.


Wow..... Touching.....you have a point there.

To the SSC guys who ran away from training, I retrieve my harsh statement towards them and I apologise.

Nice one bro.

Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by KODACK: 5:42pm On Sep 11
enesi009:
let me sit back and watch Eriksam and KODACK battle D forum.. Who will win am yet to know grin


Nigga, ericksam just gave me a warm comment and you are here trying to cause a war between us....... Who are you self??

All this igbira kogi people, na una job be that..... Ferment trouble everywhere you go.


Oga ERICKSAM.......twale......read legendary tales about you in this forum........ I be your boy oh


Shun sir
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by mediclife1987(m): 5:59pm On Sep 11
Jhennie:
Too much TRCN tori..
Abeg.. who has an idea on the quota system for shortlisting of candidates from each LGA?

No insults abeg.. Na humble question!

Na SSC/DSSC you dey go for? Hope to see you at the zonal screening. wink

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Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by mediclife1987(m): 6:02pm On Sep 11
boogie2910:
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if Age still dey ur side apply for SSC, don't say you weren't told when you will start regretting it.

How would someone regret avoiding death sentence like SSC?
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by mediclife1987(m): 6:05pm On Sep 11
sikowitz17:
In my presence SSC 45 screening, the son of a brigadier general failed medals and we were already at the gate...he told me his father is something something commander for MPs
The man called him back and tell him to go back that he had spoken to major general Mohammed Mohammed..baba dey padd out next month..una dey carry this thing for head too much..
Wait for list to be out first...some of you will just go and spend unnecessary money... Make the shortlist then start running around..you Dom sign all your forms finish but you no follow God talk about how much you need the Job...you are on your own..no be curse, not all of us here will make it on the list..so pull strings.......physical or spiritual strings...just male sure you are pulling.
Enjoy the rest of your day..

Abi oh, currently in the NorthEast but my state of origin na SouthWest, to waste money go my village no even hungry me at all, let alone the hazards rampant on our roads nowadays.

Abeg I can't coman kee maisef, I go infact tell someone to help me sign sef. I no geh energy abeg.
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by mediclife1987(m): 6:07pm On Sep 11
boogie2910:
nawao some people sha, go to your local government council and sign ur form. if you are not in your state browse your state liaison office in the very state you are go there and sign ur form.

No be every State geh some people's state of origin liaison office oh...
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by mediclife1987(m): 6:07pm On Sep 11
Damfostopper:


lol..... but I thought las las a military personnel must sign one.....according to NA... ..since the reference form has to be printed 2 copies...... orrrr can a local government chairman/secretary sign the 2 reference form??

Good question!
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Dayordee4: 6:19pm On Sep 11
gargoyle:
The Nigerian armed forces and their lack of special operators and covert ops units. My thoughts:

I have often wondered:

Do we really have special forces personnel on the Nigerian Armed Forces?

Every serious military should as we are in an age of wars left and right

I'm not talking about the pretenders we keep calling special forces soldiers ooo but real special forces soldiers that have undergone harsh training for at least 2 years in various aspects of warfare; both conventional and unconventional suited to specific mission purposes.

The US has at least 8 different types of Special operative soldiers in their Special Operations command that can be called up for various missions. E.g.

The Delta Force Unit

The Navy Seals of which Seal Team Six is the most elite unit of all seal team units.

The Green Berets

The 75th Ranger Regiment

The USAF special forces Paratroopers

The Marine Raiders

The Marine Force Recon

The Night stalkers (Special flight forces)

The CIA Special Activities Division (aka CIA Special Operations Group): They are the best of the best and their activities are very very very very very very very top secret. They are made of the best Special forces soldiers selected from the above spec-ops unit and trained again for at least 9 months. Some of them are so good that they are called out of retirement.

These are the ones I can remember right off my memory. Trust me, I didn't even need to check the internet for these units again because I have studied and read about them for at least 8yrs (no jokes). Many of these units have a rich history some of them dating back to WW2.

Now some of you are bragging here about how those that didn't want to die chickened out and I hear stupid statements like "Khaki work no easy", " they no get liver" and other stupid shit. They prolly realised that the NA doesn't care for its personnel in the battle ground and leaves them with 1950s and 1960s equipment to fight a well funded and internationally backed terrorist group with better equipment and armor. Nobody wants to die for such a military that withholds benefits from the families of the fallen soldiers.

Now don't get me wrong, I wasn't one of those who ran away from training. Even with my BS and MS degrees at age 24, I wasn't selected after applying for SSC multiple times at different years. However, I think it was God at work because looking back now, I don't think I can be truly patriotic for a poorly underfunded military like Nigeria's whose generals have since sold their souls to Lucifer (ISWAP) for money.

Now back to my little essay:

These elite units are highly funded with air support and drones and with the latest weaponry and kits and they aren't owed allowances neither are they secretly buried after they are KIA. In fact, its rare for the US to loose so many Spec ops soldiers in one day like the NA does.

This led me to the following conclusions:

The Nigerian Military has ill-trained soldiers whose only ability is foolish slogans like "Morale high" and "Kawai".

The Nigerian Military has no Spec-Op units. Taking selected men to trained for 6 months in a funny country like Serbia doesn't make them special operators. Average time for Spec-Op training in the US is 2 yrs after which each operator undergoes specialized training ranging from 6months -2 yrs depending on special skills to be learnt (e.g signals and common, Medical, etc).

The Nigerian Military is a Joke and has been reduced to Chicken shit no thanks to bad leaders. This raises another question: Does the Nigerian Military give out awards for bravery displayed in the line of duty to soldiers that go above and beyond in the face of enemy fire. This raises the morale of soldiers and their respective units. The awards are doled out posthumously too and the US regularly gives out wards for bravery to both living or dead soldiers. E.g.

Congressional Medal of Honor

The Distinguished service cross

The Navy Cross

The Air force cross

The Silver star

The Bronze star

The purple Heart

Read this https://themedalofhonor.com/medal-of-honor-recipients

Etc

But here is a country whose tales of gallantry displayed by soldiers against the terrorist are unknown. Please if you know if such tales, kindly tell them here as it will raise the morale of those going to the battle field.

I have now reels out what's been eating me about our military. You guys should feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and constructive criticisms etc.

Gos bless Nigeria and good luck to those who have applied and those fighting or going to fight in the North-East.


Man!!!!!you are good.....your intellect and communicative prowess is amazing!!!!!! Salute
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Dammysmart: 6:22pm On Sep 11
gargoyle:
The Nigerian armed forces and their lack of special operators and covert ops units. My thoughts:

I have often wondered:

Do we really have special forces personnel on the Nigerian Armed Forces?

Every serious military should as we are in an age of wars left and right

I'm not talking about the pretenders we keep calling special forces soldiers ooo but real special forces soldiers that have undergone harsh training for at least 2 years in various aspects of warfare; both conventional and unconventional suited to specific mission purposes.

The US has at least 8 different types of Special operative soldiers in their Special Operations command that can be called up for various missions. E.g.

The Delta Force Unit

The Navy Seals of which Seal Team Six is the most elite unit of all seal team units.

The Green Berets

The 75th Ranger Regiment

The USAF special forces Paratroopers

The Marine Raiders

The Marine Force Recon

The Night stalkers (Special flight forces)

The CIA Special Activities Division (aka CIA Special Operations Group): They are the best of the best and their activities are very very very very very very very top secret. They are made of the best Special forces soldiers selected from the above spec-ops unit and trained again for at least 9 months. Some of them are so good that they are called out of retirement.

These are the ones I can remember right off my memory. Trust me, I didn't even need to check the internet for these units again because I have studied and read about them for at least 8yrs (no jokes). Many of these units have a rich history some of them dating back to WW2.

Now some of you are bragging here about how those that didn't want to die chickened out and I hear stupid statements like "Khaki work no easy", " they no get liver" and other stupid shit. They prolly realised that the NA doesn't care for its personnel in the battle ground and leaves them with 1950s and 1960s equipment to fight a well funded and internationally backed terrorist group with better equipment and armor. Nobody wants to die for such a military that withholds benefits from the families of the fallen soldiers.

Now don't get me wrong, I wasn't one of those who ran away from training. Even with my BS and MS degrees at age 24, I wasn't selected after applying for SSC multiple times at different years. However, I think it was God at work because looking back now, I don't think I can be truly patriotic for a poorly underfunded military like Nigeria's whose generals have since sold their souls to Lucifer (ISWAP) for money.

Now back to my little essay:

These elite units are highly funded with air support and drones and with the latest weaponry and kits and they aren't owed allowances neither are they secretly buried after they are KIA. In fact, its rare for the US to loose so many Spec ops soldiers in one day like the NA does.

This led me to the following conclusions:

The Nigerian Military has ill-trained soldiers whose only ability is foolish slogans like "Morale high" and "Kawai".

The Nigerian Military has no Spec-Op units. Taking selected men to trained for 6 months in a funny country like Serbia doesn't make them special operators. Average time for Spec-Op training in the US is 2 yrs after which each operator undergoes specialized training ranging from 6months -2 yrs depending on special skills to be learnt (e.g signals and common, Medical, etc).

The Nigerian Military is a Joke and has been reduced to Chicken shit no thanks to bad leaders. This raises another question: Does the Nigerian Military give out awards for bravery displayed in the line of duty to soldiers that go above and beyond in the face of enemy fire. This raises the morale of soldiers and their respective units. The awards are doled out posthumously too and the US regularly gives out wards for bravery to both living or dead soldiers. E.g.

Congressional Medal of Honor

The Distinguished service cross

The Navy Cross

The Air force cross

The Silver star

The Bronze star

The purple Heart

Read this https://themedalofhonor.com/medal-of-honor-recipients

Etc

But here is a country whose tales of gallantry displayed by soldiers against the terrorist are unknown. Please if you know if such tales, kindly tell them here as it will raise the morale of those going to the battle field.

I have now reels out what's been eating me about our military. You guys should feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and constructive criticisms etc.

Gos bless Nigeria and good luck to those who have applied and those fighting or going to fight in the North-East.
Sir, I salute your writing prowess and when i see a fellow writer i acknowledge them. Having said the lines of the above it is evident that you have researched and thus informed. I really wish such can be communicated with the apt departments and notwithstanding the Presidency. It is however disheartening that such brilliant idea might never leave this tribune, so Unfortunate!

I am on the SSC train and I personally believe I have a whole lot to contribute and change in the Army (If selected), this is my second attempt but if not chosen I'd keep applying till age runs out on me.

Adios!

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Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Prudent5217: 6:44pm On Sep 11
Great write up, permit me to add a few things.

Firstly it’s not how long a soldier trains that determines he or her productivity or the amount of skills acquired. Without support they all are pencils in the hands of our creator.

Secondly I would be glad if our great military can change or restructure its operation in terms of request for Air and Artillery support. Here in our beloved country our section command cannot easily request for air and artillery support during a shootout, They have to go through long chain of command up to the battalion level sometimes to be able to get these supports. Which isn’t always good because it takes time. Like you rightly said a section commander in the US can easily request for these support and get them almost instantly. These situations can either boost or diminish the moral of Troops during warfares.

Thirdly the strength of our beloved great nation military is quite poor for a population of over 200million citizens.

Fourthly the defense budget for the military is quite poor when compared to the that of other great nations.

You have said a lot and i got a lot to say probably if God’s willing we get the opportunity to Serve our great nation. We would be able to input our quota to make our nation greater.

God bless the COAS
God bless the Nigerian Army
God bless the Armed forces
God bless Nigeria

gargoyle:
The Nigerian armed forces and their lack of special operators and covert ops units. My thoughts:

I have often wondered:

Do we really have special forces personnel on the Nigerian Armed Forces?

Every serious military should as we are in an age of wars left and right

I'm not talking about the pretenders we keep calling special forces soldiers ooo but real special forces soldiers that have undergone harsh training for at least 2 years in various aspects of warfare; both conventional and unconventional suited to specific mission purposes.

The US has at least 8 different types of Special operative soldiers in their Special Operations command that can be called up for various missions. E.g.

The Delta Force Unit

The Navy Seals of which Seal Team Six is the most elite unit of all seal team units.

The Green Berets

The 75th Ranger Regiment

The USAF special forces Paratroopers

The Marine Raiders

The Marine Force Recon

The Night stalkers (Special flight forces)

The CIA Special Activities Division (aka CIA Special Operations Group): They are the best of the best and their activities are very very very very very very very top secret. They are made of the best Special forces soldiers selected from the above spec-ops unit and trained again for at least 9 months. Some of them are so good that they are called out of retirement.

These are the ones I can remember right off my memory. Trust me, I didn't even need to check the internet for these units again because I have studied and read about them for at least 8yrs (no jokes). Many of these units have a rich history some of them dating back to WW2.

Now some of you are bragging here about how those that didn't want to die chickened out and I hear stupid statements like "Khaki work no easy", " they no get liver" and other stupid shit. They prolly realised that the NA doesn't care for its personnel in the battle ground and leaves them with 1950s and 1960s equipment to fight a well funded and internationally backed terrorist group with better equipment and armor. Nobody wants to die for such a military that withholds benefits from the families of the fallen soldiers.

Now don't get me wrong, I wasn't one of those who ran away from training. Even with my BS and MS degrees at age 24, I wasn't selected after applying for SSC multiple times at different years. However, I think it was God at work because looking back now, I don't think I can be truly patriotic for a poorly underfunded military like Nigeria's whose generals have since sold their souls to Lucifer (ISWAP) for money.

Now back to my little essay:

These elite units are highly funded with air support and drones and with the latest weaponry and kits and they aren't owed allowances neither are they secretly buried after they are KIA. In fact, its rare for the US to loose so many Spec ops soldiers in one day like the NA does.

This led me to the following conclusions:

The Nigerian Military has ill-trained soldiers whose only ability is foolish slogans like "Morale high" and "Kawai".

The Nigerian Military has no Spec-Op units. Taking selected men to trained for 6 months in a funny country like Serbia doesn't make them special operators. Average time for Spec-Op training in the US is 2 yrs after which each operator undergoes specialized training ranging from 6months -2 yrs depending on special skills to be learnt (e.g signals and common, Medical, etc).

The Nigerian Military is a Joke and has been reduced to Chicken shit no thanks to bad leaders. This raises another question: Does the Nigerian Military give out awards for bravery displayed in the line of duty to soldiers that go above and beyond in the face of enemy fire. This raises the morale of soldiers and their respective units. The awards are doled out posthumously too and the US regularly gives out wards for bravery to both living or dead soldiers. E.g.

Congressional Medal of Honor

The Distinguished service cross

The Navy Cross

The Air force cross

The Silver star

The Bronze star

The purple Heart

Read this https://themedalofhonor.com/medal-of-honor-recipients

Etc

But here is a country whose tales of gallantry displayed by soldiers against the terrorist are unknown. Please if you know if such tales, kindly tell them here as it will raise the morale of those going to the battle field.

I have now reels out what's been eating me about our military. You guys should feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and constructive criticisms etc.

Gos bless Nigeria and good luck to those who have applied and those fighting or going to fight in the North-East.

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Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Dayordee4: 6:54pm On Sep 11
Dammysmart:
Sir, I salute your writing prowess and when i see a fellow writer i acknowledge them. Having said the lines of the above it is evident that you have researched and thus informed. I really wish such can be communicated with the apt departments and notwithstanding the Presidency. It is however disheartening that such brilliant idea might never leave this tribune, so Unfortunate!

I am on the SSC train and I personally believe I have a whole lot to contribute and change in the Army (If selected), this is my second attempt but if not chosen I'd keep applying till age runs out on me.

Adios!


Now this is awesome, if people with the burden of reformation and transformation; men who are agents of change do not step in then the story would definitely not change....This is why everyone going into the military must be willing to contribute his own quota(positive) and not hide under the canopy of *if we can't beat them,we join them* as this will keep compounding issues in the NA....The painful thing is how many would keep their convictions even after they have been commissioned?
However, wisdom must be the bedrock of our operations.....
Victory is from God alone

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Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Dammysmart: 7:00pm On Sep 11
Dayordee4:



Now this is awesome, if people with the burden of reformation and transformation; men who are agents of change do not step in then the story would definitely not change....This is why everyone going into the military must be willing to contribute his own quota(positive) and not hide under the canopy of *if we can't beat them,we join them* as this will keep compounding issues in the NA....The painful thing is how many would keep their convictions even after they have been commissioned?
However, wisdom must be the bedrock of our operations.....
Victory is from God alone
Sir, the mantra is "DETERMINATION UNSHAKEABLE"
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Dayordee4: 7:08pm On Sep 11
Dammysmart:
Sir, the mantra is "DETERMINATION UNSHAKEABLE"

Blessings!!!!!
Very well then..... I'll see you in kaduna in due time (Ssc)
Peace........

God bless the Nigerian armed forces......
God bless the families of fallen heroes.....
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by enesi009: 8:57pm On Sep 11
Jhennie:


Yes dear.. I don't need to ask if you were.. That's good.. What's your name?
we dey see and chart den very well now...
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by enesi009: 9:05pm On Sep 11
KODACK:



Nigga, ericksam just gave me a warm comment and you are here trying to cause a war between us....... Who are you self??

All this igbira kogi people, na una job be that..... Ferment trouble everywhere you go.


Oga ERICKSAM.......twale......read legendary tales about you in this forum........ I be your boy oh


Shun sir
mind u I dint ask u to fight... I just wan sit down and laff at the funny jabs u guys throw but I can c u already gave up... I declare Eric Sam D winner and to correct u am no kogite grin
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by KODACK: 10:37pm On Sep 11
enesi009:
mind u I dint ask u to fight... I just wan sit down and laff at the funny jabs u guys throw but I can c u already gave up... I declare Eric Sam D winner and to correct u am no kogite grin



Whatever....... OYO 4 YOU
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by MackDams(m): 7:29am On Sep 12
Want to know why your CV/Resume is getting NO traction?

1. It looks like excel spreadsheet.
2. It has no core competency section.
3.It's poorly written/punctuated.
4.It lacks clear direction.
5.It does not showcase transferable skills.

With Regard to #1,
I understand that certain regions favour the "visual" CV/Resume.

But let's tone it down a little please.
You are a professional not a 12 year old.

Your CV is your 2nd "first impression".
Take pride in it's construction and presentation.
I have said it a hundred times, but once more:
If you want to be hireable, you need to make yourself desirable!

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Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Jhennie(f): 7:57am On Sep 12
mediclife1987:


Na SSC/DSSC you dey go for? Hope to see you at the zonal screening. wink

DSSC
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Jhennie(f): 10:04am On Sep 12
This place is too quiet nah.. People say something.. somebody should ask questions..
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Lynette2cute(f): 10:17am On Sep 12
Jhennie:
This place is too quiet nah.. People say something.. somebody should ask questions..

Wait for the list to show and watch the peepers crawl out from the dark. Na you go tire to read questions.
All man just dey anticipate list, me sef follow join. As in ennnh, once you hear the list is out your heart go first race four fourty before you find way and manner to check your name. That feeling is outta this world........

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Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Prospect048: 10:28am On Sep 12
Lynette2cute:


Wait for the list to show and watch the peepers crawl out from the dark. Na you go tire to read questions.
All man just dey anticipate list, me sef follow join. As in ennnh, once you hear the list is out your heart go first race four fourty before you find way and manner to check your name. That feeling is outta this world........
we are waiting patiently
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Lukas47: 11:41am On Sep 12
I will get this Job because God has given it to me, he has permitted a successful enlistment for me.

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Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Estringx(m): 11:52am On Sep 12
Lukas47:
I will get this Job because God has given it to me, he has permitted a successful enlistment for me.

I tap in to that power in Jesus name. My name is there.
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Ooyewalex(m): 11:57am On Sep 12
jameh48:
You may not know, but if you know this fine. TRCN issues (1) Certificate (2) License (3) Ensure you are registered with them as the title 'TR' can be used or attached to your name and used by you just like other professionals(This is renewable every year), (4) They also provide a platform where you can register in the Association of teachers in your own field of study asides from the main registration. (5) Take up legal cases on your behalf especially when you are being exploited or denied your welfare, rights, and being made to work outside your terms of employment. (6) Where necessary, they also connect you for jobs; that is usually amongst colleagues from the Association of your registered field of study.This is just a few among many benefits. I am only encouraging you to do the needful, and ask questions where neeccessary even as hope is anchored on God towards the best.


Hello,
Please I have a TRCN certificate I got after my graduation in 2017. It has not been renewed since then. Is it still valid?
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Prospect048: 12:09pm On Sep 12
Ooyewalex:



Hello,
Please I have a TRCN certificate I got after my graduation in 2017. It has not been renewed since then. Is it still valid?
do they renew trcn certificate?
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by jameh48: 12:13pm On Sep 12
Ooyewalex:



Hello,
Please I have a TRCN certificate I got after my graduation in 2017. It has not been renewed since then. Is it still valid?
It needs to be renewed. Just send a message through to their help lines, or go to their office. I think it will cost you N6, 000 except if you are charged also for the previous years, you also may be given a waiver. You already have it, so you don't need any exams, just renewal. You don't have a problem, just leave those who want to keep arguing unnecessarily to keep doing so. No matter which Army Corps you are applying through, get your professional certification, and licences where necessary, and renew where need be...It is a message to everyone...NASB will clear your doubt this year even if your Father is the Chief of Army Staff.Do the right thing, and stop giving yourself unnecessary consolation, screaming godfather here, and there...Once, it is time all the noise makers will hide in their rat holes...See you there.
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Jhennie(f): 12:14pm On Sep 12
Lukas47:
I will get this Job because God has given it to me, he has permitted a successful enlistment for me.

i'm tapping Ohhh.. Amen
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by gr8cany: 12:15pm On Sep 12
When likely is the list going to be out
Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Jhennie(f): 12:16pm On Sep 12
jameh48:
It needs to be renewed. Just send a message through to their help lines, or go to their office. I think it will cost you N6, 000 except if you are charged also for the previous years, you also may be given a waiver. You already have it, so you don't need any exams, just renewal. You don't have a problem, just leave those who want to keep arguing unnecessarily to keep doing so. No matter which Army Corps you are applying through, get your professional certification, and licences where necessary, and renew where need be...It is a message to everyone...NASB will clear your doubt this year even if your Father is the Chief of Army Staff.Do the right thing, and stop giving yourself unnecessary consolation, screaming godfather here, and there...Once, it is time all the noise makers will hide in their rat holes...See you there.

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