Residents of the general areas of Mando, Tsamiya, Kauya, and Afaka were urged by the Nigerian Defence Academy in Kaduna on Monday not to panic over its planned shooting exercise.
The nation’s top military university’s 71 Regular Course Army cadets are participating in the exercise, as stated in a statement released by Maj. Mohammed Maidawa, the Academy’s public relations officer.
While urging the residents not to panic over the exercise, which involved shooting, the statement, however, warned the public not to trespass the shooting range where the exercise would be held between January 9 and February 2, 2024.
The statement read, “The Nigerian Defence Academy wishes to inform the general public, especially inhabitants of Mando, Tsamiya, Kauyd and Afaka general area, that it will be conducting a Range Management Package for Army Cadets of 71 Regular Course.
“The exercise is scheduled to be held between 9 January to 2 February 2024 at NDA Open Range Afaka. The NDA assures the general public that all necessary safety measures have been put in place for the successful conduct of the exercise.
In spite of this, we caution the public not to trespass in the exercise area during its entirety.
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