Cadets who are usually sent to Sandhurst after graduating from the Nigerian Defence Academy NDA are Cadets who have a show a high level of intelligence, Discipline and adaptation. Mostly, after every Passing Out Parade POP from the Nigerian Defence Academy, a cadet or two are sent to the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst RMAS for further Military Training. It is usually a one or two years training. Below are achievements of two Cadets after they were sent to the Royal Academy in Sandhurst.
Nigerian Officer Cadet, Noel Shekoduza Moses is a Nigerian and he was born in Nigeria, Kaduna state to be precise. He attended the Nigerian Defence Academy gaining a BEng in Civil Engineering. During his one year Training at the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst, he was one of the most exceptional International Cadets, and he was awarded the "Queen's medal for best results in Military, Academic and Practical Studies". He was 24 years old when he achieved this great feat and he beat 16 other foreign cadets to receive the medal at the Sovereign Parade for Overseas Cadets in the United Kingdom. He loves to play hockey.
During an interview with the Europe Correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), he said he was proud to be a Nigerian. He added "I have learnt so much from this Academy and i will impart the knowledge on others back home".
The second Cadet who achieved a great feat in Sandhurst is Officer Cadet Sunday Linus Ogbole
Linus Ogbole who is from Benue State Nigeria is another outstanding Cadet who was sent to Sandhurst and he made Nigeria proud. After his Training in the United Kingdom, Ogbole won the "King Hussain Award", which is given to the most improved International Cadet in the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst RMAS. Ogbole was hailed for his determination and zest. He is a very hard-working and dedicated individual.
He is greatful for the opportunity and he is conscious of the role he must play, as he would be teaching other young Cadets when he finishes the training. He finished the training on the 9th of August, 2019.
They have really made Nigerians proud.
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