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Nigeria Army 13 Brigade Command cleans Calabar biggest market

The Nigeria Army 13 Brigade Command, today, left on a tidy up exercise at Calabar most enormous market (watt), in the Cross River State capital.

The activity which began at about 6 am, saw Army staff under the division, tidying up the Watt Market, territories of the state.

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Driven by Brigader Commander, Brigadier General O. T. Olatoye, the group sent to watt market cleared deny dumps and seepages evacuating all plastic and waste hindering free progression of water.

As indicated by Olatoye, the cleaning was done as a feature of their exercises to commend the Nigerian Army Day Celebration (NADCEL). It’s reinforcing military-regular citizen relationship through network administration.

“Tidying up nature and clearing the reject dumps will help flush out alcoves for germs and microscopic organisms to flourish; this will like this keep the inhabitants from becoming sick normally,” he said.

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Even though this shows up an unmistakable takeoff from what the workforce is known for – shielding the nation against outside hostility, the military likewise love neatness.

The inhabitants complimented the gallant officials for the extraordinary motion, including that they have in reality shown others how it’s done.

They have, in a roundabout way, protecting the general population against approaching transferable ailments. Home in Cross River state acclaim the Brigade Commander

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who has been focused on security, network administration and further affirm that even the 13 Brigade wears another look with more profound responsibilities to safeguard the Nigeria domain.

When they were through with the activity, the market wore another look to the appreciation of all.