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CMC Gladiators Extend Warm Welcome to Brig. Gen. A.M Adetuyi, Commander of 9 Brigade, Nigerian Army in Lagos

….Commander harps on Partnership that engender National security, unity.

The leadership of Cornel Media Consult, CMC GLADIATORS, a public relations, media and entertainment outfit during the week paid a courtesy visit to the Commander of 9 BRIGADE, Nigerian Army, Maryland, Brig. Gen. A M. Adetuyi to solicit for partnership on how both Organizations can mutually work together so as to promote the activities of the Brigade and the Nigerian Army in a way that will engender national growth, unity, security as well public enlightenment of its operations
Amb. Cornel Udofia.

In his opening speech, he dwelt on the activities of the group to include media Consultancy,Talents hunt, Capacity Building development, recognize, identify and celebrate individuals in both public and private entities that have excelled as well as publicizing activities of government for public awareness.

He also inform their hosts that the group also engage in nurturing young ARTISTES to attain the status of stardom, training and empowering young and up coming entrepreneurs and celebrating people with exceptional performances through Award and publicising such exploits of individuals in the media.

In his welcome speech , Brig. Gen.AM Adetuyi said he is always keen to work with the Civil Society groups and Ngo’s so as to help promote national unity, security and the well being of the nation and that CMC gladiators is most welcomed in that regards.

He advised the group to carry out it activities and collaboration with the public in a way that will help to maintain the corporate existence of the country.

He commended the President of the group, Amb. Cornel Udofia and other members of the Team for their patriotic zeal to always identify with the Nigerian Army and the 9 Brigade, Maryland in particular for this undertaking, as he described such initiative as nationalistic and urged them to keep the zeal burning.

He assured CMC Gladiators that the 9 Brigade of the Nigerian Army will be delighted to involve them whenever the Command engage in civil activities within and outside the Command in areas where CMC could deploy their expertise for the benefit of the target audience. He assured CMC that he will always be disposed to giving them update on their operations that is specifically meant for public use whenever the need arises.

The CMC President, Amb. Cornel Udofia thanked him and his coordinating Officers for giving the Organization audience inspite of their tight schedule.

He particularly commended these officers for their concern to see to the successes of each of the Commanders that are posted to the 9 Brigade of the Nigerian Army and for facilitating this particular visit.

He described them as excellent and fine officers with burning desires to see to the success of the nigerian Army and the nation at large.

The brief event was anchored by 2nd Ltl. Akiode of 9 Brigade and ably assisted by Dr champion Onyekwelu from the CMC group.
Present at the event were Lt Col.Fakokunde, Acting Chief of Staff, Major Ekundayo, Assistant Chief of Staff, Major Bello, Public Relations Officer, Major Sanusi, Acting Commanding officer, Military Intelligence Regiment and 2nd Lt. Akiode who skillfully anchored the event.

The CMC gladiators Ten (10) Man Team was headed by Amb. Cornel Udofia.

The high point of the brief event was specially designed military Soveneir with the name of the Commander, 9 Brigade of Nigerian Army, Brig. Gen.AM Adetuyi inscribed in it and which the President of CMC gladiators thankfully received with gratitude.

Amb. Udofia thereafter signed the 9 Brigade Visitor’s Register as it is the custom on behalf of other members of CMC gladiators and Cornel Entertainment..

The was a photo session able coordinated by Major Bello The public Relations officer with the commander and gladiators crew members.

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