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Are you an ex-boy?
<p>You are invited to a General Meeting of the NMS ExBA Niger State Chapter on Saturday 03 Oct 2020 at 1000 Hours at Mid Event Islands off Mandela Rd Minna.</p>
The arts and craft contest is an opportunity to showcase your skills and talents in whatever form of art. The contest would be in 3 categories: Primary School, Secondary School, and Adult categories, and is open to all ex-boys and children of ex-boys.
Interested participants are required to send in their entries by submitting a photograph or video of their original work with a short description to the platform admin via email, Facebook messenger, or WhatsApp.
Submitted arts would be displayed on the platform and voted on by ex-boys. The entries with the highest number of votes in each category would then qualify for an award. The number of award positions is subject to the number of entries received by 31st October 2020.
Voting is expected to take place between 1st November and 15th November 2020 and the results would be announced on the 16th of November 2020.
Please join in and help make this contest a success. Donations towards the awards are welcomed and would be greatly appreciated.
This maiden annual event is to recognise and appreciate exboys that have made exemplary achievements in their careers or made commendable contributions to the ex-boys community in the year 2020.
Nominations and voting would open to all ex-boys on the 1st December 2020 and would close on 30th December 2020. The final results would be announced on 31st December 2020.
The life and longevity of the ex-boys community greatly depends on ex-boys learning to work effectively and harmoniously together across sets. While activities and relationships organised by sets are great and useful, they will all die a natural death as we age and approach the twilight of our years with little or nothing passed on to the next generation of ex-boys.
Every ex-boy can relate his eating style to before, during, and after NMS. Before NMS I enjoyed my meals, but while in NMS I never tasted my food, I only swallowed it fast! Nowadays I eat a little slower but still amaze non-ex-boys with my speed.
One of the most important enforcement of discipline and order is DRILL. Many didn’t like it, but it is one aspect of the military I admire, adore and loved with hard-line passion. Thousands of soldiers gather in one area or along the road and the command is obeyed. The obedience is deft and symbolic of adherence to unwavering loyalty by all.
NMS is still in the business of producing great leaders for our great country and our world like BMWO Nnamdi Njoku the BRSM for the 2014/2015 session. His leadership example and servanthood contributed to the Nigerian Military School having an impressive pass percentages of 98% in WAEC and 100% in NECO SSCE.
Working together as one in unison and harmony striving to achieve unity of purpose, coordinated efforts for maximum effect
Souvenirs, wearables and keepsakes by Ex-boys