NDA pledges support to Nigerian Museum




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By Mohammed Tijjani


Kaduna – The Commandant, Nigerian Defence Academy (), Maj.-Gen Jamil Sarham, has pledged to the Museum in its activities, especially in promoting the cherished values, culture and customs of the Nigerian .
Sarham made the remarks when he received the Kaduna Curator, Museum and Monument, paid him a courtesy visit on Tuesday in Kaduna.
The commandant said the will continue to partner the museum, assuring that the military has deep respect for the traditions and culture of the .
He said the is open to offering any form of to the national museum.
In remarks, the Curator, Muhammad Gimba, said their visit to deepen existing collaboration the NDA.
Gimba said the museum as non-profit organization, collect, preserve and exhibit tangible and intangible historical objects to communicate, promote and improve the culture.
He told the commandant that, “Our service to humanity has always been to create, establish and supervise a platform of tolerance, inclusion, and development of .
“We are very particular about the younger generation have less or zero contact any ancestral value in culture, innovation or methodology.
“To this effect, we have collaborated with NDA former commandant, retired Maj.-Gen Adeniye Oyebade, instrumental in the establishement of National Museum Kaduna Children Park.”
Gimba also disclosed that the NDA has being the most renowned partners to national museum Kaduna over the years.
“Sir, we have a tourist conveyance vehicle that has been grounded over time which give us challenges in providing efficient service in the musuem.
“We will be glad if NDA comes to our rescue in that regard as part of NDA’s corporate social responsibility,” Gimba said.
The curator prayed for the commandant to surpass the achievements of predecessors in producing gallant military officers for the country.

(NAN)