The primary objective of the NMS Knowledge Base Quiz is to improve our knowledge of NMS hence the format it has taken to allow multiple attempts at randomly selected multiple-choice questions with explanations of the answers
The Nigerian Military School anthem was infamously composed by Lance Corporal Francis Fakidoma in 2001. The opening lines are: Nigerian military school, North, South, East or West, You're the only NMS, As established long ago
- Sun, 5th Jul 2020 06:20
We are men of honour, we do what we say and we say what we can do, we are a standard to be met, we set the pace for others to follow, we are upright people, we value our name and guard our image jealously, we refuse to be associated with dishonesty.
We are a symbol of Discipline.
- Mon, 8th Jun 2020 15:54
Muted Song is a play written by Friday John Abba about a family torn apart and destroyed by the powerful force of infidelity. The woman is blamed for the misfortune that has befallen the family and is left for Alekwu to mete out justice.
The connection between ex-boys has always been and will forever remain strong, it exhibits the bond of brotherhood, the spirit of camaraderie that transcends ethnicity and overlooks religious differences. This bond can only be formed within the walls of the Nigerian Military School.
- Sat, 9th May 2020 16:01
The Junior Leader is the official magazine of the Nigerian Military School which showcased the works of the students but what I reflect on today is the name. For some time in the nation’s history, it was under a military government and one would assume that was the only role for leadership
- Fri, 7th Feb 2020 20:28
This is the one school where true UNITY exists. The bond forged within the walls of NMS, I have never seen any better.
This is a school where you find UNITY even in diversity, this is a story of two ex-boys fighting on different sides during the Nigerian Civil war who met in the field.
The new commandant of the Nigerian Military School, Brig. Gen. BH Mohammed has asked the Ex-Boys Association to consider efforts to make our alma mater an approved Computed Based Test (CBT) centre as an urgent intervention required by the school.
The story surrounding a former waitress graduating with a first class degree years after Temisan paid her SSCE and JAMB fees is very touching, it shows that we can all play a role in bringing about change in our own little ways by sowing kindness.
Dr. Felix Ogedegbe is legendary. He treats the high and mighty and never turns his back on the poor, he is an amazing personality and he exudes the aura of the excellent spirit of an Ex-Boy. With Cedarcrest, you do not need to seek help outside Nigeria.
- Sun, 29th Dec 2019 10:18
Common errors we make as ex-boys can embarrass you when discussing with others outside the school. It is important that we take these and more corrections seriously so that we can communicate effectively.
- Fri, 20th Dec 2019 22:23