How The Set Of The 1962 Set Of Nigeria Military College Produced Four Presidents And 14 Governors
By Samuelawoniyi | self meida writer
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The Nigeria military college was an offshoot of the British royal military forces training college . In every 6 months , a fresh set of cadets officer are admitted are admitted into in order to prepare for international training abroad .
From all the set that graduated from this college , the 1962 groups seems the set that have produced the highest numbers of Nigerian leader in the military system . They joined the army at a tender age and rose speedily to higher ranks .
The counter coup of 29th , July 1966 brought them to power and in their 30's , they have started holding prestigious position .
Members of 1962 course 5 includes the likes of Muhammadu Buhari , Duro Ajayi , Juventus Ojukwu , Paul Tarfa , Abdullahi Shelleng , Ibrahim Bako ,Sheu Musa Yardua ,Chris Ugokwe , Muhammadu Jega , Tony Hananiya and so on .
President Muhammadu Buhari In NMTC
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