• Sat. May 25th, 2024

The Naval Training Command (NAVTRAC) recently welcomed a delegation from the Naval Officers Wives Association (NOWA) NAVTRAC Chapter in a courtesy visit aimed at fostering collaboration and strengthening ties between the two entities.

The visit, which took place at NAVTRAC’s headquarters, provided an opportunity for NAVTRAC officials and NOWA representatives to engage in discussions on mutual interests and initiatives.

Rear Admiral Istifanus Mu’azu ALBARA, the Flag Officer Commanding NAVTRAC, extended a warm welcome to the NOWA delegation, emphasizing the critical role of NOWA as a support group for naval officers and their families. He commended NOWA for its longstanding commitment to promoting love, harmony, and social-economic development within the naval community and beyond.

During the visit, Mrs. Joy Albara, the Coordinator of NOWA NAVTRAC COMMAND, highlighted NOWA’s key objectives and initiatives, including its focus on supporting naval families, promoting civil-military relations, and contributing to community development.

She expressed NOWA’s readiness to collaborate with NAVTRAC in various areas, including community outreach programs, cooperative societies, and educational scholarships.

Mrs. Albara announced NOWA’s plans to relocate its Port Harcourt branch under the umbrella of NOWA NAVTRAC COMMAND, following NAVTRAC’s upcoming move to Port Harcourt. This strategic alignment aims to facilitate closer cooperation between NOWA and NAVTRAC in implementing community-based initiatives and outreach activities in the Port Harcourt region.

In response, Rear Admiral ALBARA affirmed NAVTRAC’s commitment to supporting NOWA’s initiatives and fostering a harmonious relationship between the command and its host communities.

He commended NOWA for its dedication to serving naval families and society at large, emphasizing the importance of collaboration in achieving shared goals.

The courtesy visit concluded with assurances of continued dialogue and collaboration between NOWA and NAVTRAC, with both parties expressing optimism about the positive impact of their partnership on community development and civil-military relations.

The visit highlights the strong bond between NAVTRAC and NOWA, underscoring their shared commitment to service, compassion, and community engagement.

Hyacinth Beluchukwu Nwafor

Hyacinth Beluchukwu Nwafor is a seasoned journalist and the CEO/Founder Belch Digital Communications, publishers of Hybrid News Nigeria.

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