The Provost Corps in NMS was born from a unique vision of RSM Yamusa Zakari Kumasi who wanted to create a corps within the Boys that would exhibit the highest level of regimentation, discipline, and doggedness. Their primary responsibilities were to be in charge and responsible for the maintenance of order and enforcement of discipline among the Boys.
Major General MM Bunza has charged the Passing Out Boys of the Nigerian Military School to justify their confidence reposed.
He gave this charge while making his remarks during the 2022 Commandant Award and Dinner Night held on 30 Aug 22 at Ogundeko Hall, Nigerian Military School Zaria.
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I consequently resorted to penning down these few lines to celebrate perseverance and doggedness, to celebrate calmness and composure, to celebrate resilience and faith, and to celebrate consistency and rigour.
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In July 2021, after 16 weeks of pulsating vocal performances, NMS 09 Kingdom Kroseide has emerged as the winner of the Nigerian Idol Season 6 competition. During the finale event, both finalists performed songs by Fela Kuti. While Francis sang Yellow Fever, Kingdom rendered Gentleman.
Can they tell the tale of My story, your story, our story of history summed up with boys of ten , eleven, twelve, who through mutual pain and joy and swimming through intricate waters were Weaned into a brotherhood Into what every nation should be
This is the brotherhood that builds a country. This is the brotherhood that makes me look at the man from the farthest parts of my country and see him as my brother and compatriot, not as one from another place. For us, Nigeria is home because, in every nook and cranny of this vast nation, each of us has a brother.
To the NMS boy, his passing out day is a mixed day. He is happy that he is passing out, and he is sad that he is loosing something he does not know. But what else can he do? Everything that has a beginning must surely have and end.
The five years we spent together saw us concentrating on our pursuit of excellence, we found each person to be a worthy asset to our achieving greatness. We learnt from one another, taught one another, helped one another to be on our feet. We grew up knowing that to be successful we needed to need each other and work together.