We need fit body to defend Nigeria's territory - Air Force chief – Daily Trust

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We need fit body to defend Nigeria’s territory – Air Force chief

The Nigerian Air Force, NAF, Tactical Air Command in Benue State has restated readiness to carry out assigned military duties, aimed at defending the territorial integrity of the country.


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Sure Truth

Guys the picture is up side down

You don't need fit body because, previously, I struggled to join Nigeria military, but, its like searching for a very deep gold. Your enlistment has been based on who you know.

What are we now going to do to all this pot bellies

Why are you making me rotate my phone 180 degrees?

We need fit Media to man it's Twitter handle right!😂😂

And need a fit journalist to man its Twitter account.

Contact the avengers then

But your twitter handler seems unfit. He must be high on something very very cheap.

So thats why you have to make us turn our phones to view the phone...

Why is the picture is upside down

What stop them from employing able body men ?

Any wonder NIG is in this present state? How difficult is it to get competent personnel out of a population of estimated 200 million? The country is a huge conspiracy. We never do things right.

Recruit the best candidates available.

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