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NDA 73RC Form 2021

NDA 73RC Form 2021

NDA 73RC Form 2021

Is the NDA form in 2021? Yes, the NDA 73rc 2021 approval form is out. The regular course form of the 73rd Defense Academy of Nigeria is officially posted on the website and you can submit your applications online by following the instructions here. The NDA application form is available for interested and qualified candidates

NDA Shortlisted candidates 2021

NDA Shortlisted candidates 2021

NDA Shortlisted candidates 2021

The Defense Academy of Nigeria (NDA) has published the full list of shortlisted candidates or candidates for the exercise of the selection test (entrance exam) for the 2021/2022 academic session.

Candidates pre-selected by the NDA for the selection exam include the names of the candidates who have applied for admission and who are qualified to take the proficiency test or the entrance exam for the 73rd regular fighter course for the 2021/2022 academic session.

NDA 73rd RC list of shortlisted candidates has been uploaded online and can be downloaded in PDF.
NDA 73º candidate to the list of RC candidates for the 2021/2022 selection test [download PDF]
Click here to download as a PDF

The list of selected candidates, whose names appear above, must appear on Saturday 14. Candidates will appear before the AFSB
in 3 lots as follows:

A. List NDA 2021 lot 1

Candidates from the states listed below must apply to the NDA on Saturday, August 14-28, 2021.

Bayelsa
Borno
Cross the river
Ebony
FCT
Jigawa
Kebbi
Kwara
Lagos
Nigeria
Ogun
Sokoto
Taraba

NDA portal login 2021

https://rcapplications.nda.edu.ng/#auth/login

Latest news about NDA 73RC

Nigeria Defense Academy (NDA) 2021/2022 [73RC] is off the application form for admission
Is NDA 2021/2022 approved?
If you want to know when the Nigeria Defense Academy 2021/2022 form comes out, you have come to the right place, keep reading.

The online application forms of the Defense Academy of Nigeria for admission to the 73RC title of the NDA have been launched.

The online application for admission to the 73rd Regular Course of the Defense Academy of Nigeria (NDA), Kaduna is now available at
Interested and qualified candidates are expected to acquire an access code to begin registration.
The Defense Academy of Nigeria, NDA, will await the results of the JAMB 2021/2022 exam before pre-selecting the candidates for the interview of the 72nd RC Armed Forces Selection Council (AFSB).

NDA 2021 cutting mark
The AFSB will admit to the NDA only candidates who obtain at least 180 (for the faculties of arts and social sciences, natural and military sciences and interdisciplinary studies) and 210 (for the faculty of engineering) in the JAMB 2021 examination.

Note: Only the 2021 registration number and subsequent JAMB results will be considered in the NDA approval process for 2021.

www.nda.edu.ng login portal 73rc

https://rcapplications.nda.edu.ng/#auth/login

NDA portal 2021

NDA portal 2021

NDA portal 2021

https://rcapplications.nda.edu.ng/#home/index

Nigeria kidnapping 2021

Nigeria kidnapping 2021

Nigeria kidnapping 2021

Kidnappers in Nigeria are demanding ransom for the release of 80 schoolchildren

KADUNA, Nigeria, Aug. 3 (Reuters) – Kidnappers are demanding a ransom of one million naira to release around 80 children abducted from a boarding school in northern Nigeria last month, according to a pastor involved in negotiating his release.

The attack on Bethel Baptist High School in Kaduna State was the tenth mass kidnapping at a school in northwestern Nigeria since December that authorities attribute to the gang’s rescue demands.

“(The bandits) charge one million naira for each of the 80 students left with them,” Rev. Ite Joseph Hayab told Reuters by phone.

The kidnappers released 28 children last month after an initial group of 28 were released two days after the attack. But another 81 remain in captivity.
Hayab said three students fled before the 28 were released last month, but were abducted again by an unidentified person in the woods who asked for a ransom and whose parents paid more than a million naira.

Nigerian authorities have attributed the kidnappings to so-called armed bandits demanding ransom.

Schools in northern Nigeria have been the subject of massive rescue kidnappings by armed groups. This kidnapping in Nigeria was carried out first by the jihadist group Boko Haram and then by its branch in the Islamic State province of West Africa, but the tactic was adopted by other criminal gangs.

($ 1 = 411.00 naira)

Report by Garba Muhammad letter from Chijioke Ohuocha; Adapted by Sandra Maler

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