Govt. Officials, Visitors Without Remembrance Emblems To Be Denied Access To Villa, FG Establishments – Jonathan

NATIONAL CHAIRMAN, NIGERIAN LEGION, RETIRED COL. MICAH GAYYA (R), DECORATING PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN WITH THE EMBLEM FOR THE 2014 ARMED FORCES REMEMBERANCE DAY CELEBRATION IN ABUJA ON MONDAY (16/12/13).
NATIONAL CHAIRMAN, NIGERIAN LEGION, RETIRED COL. MICAH GAYYA (R), DECORATING PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN WITH THE EMBLEM FOR THE 2014 ARMED FORCES REMEMBERANCE DAY CELEBRATION IN ABUJA ON MONDAY (16/12/13).

President Goodluck Jonathan has declared that henceforth he will turn back visitors, who do not wear the 2014 Armed Forces Remembrance Day emblems.

The president made this known in Abuja on Monday at the appeal launch of the emblem where about N105m was raised for the Nigerian Legion.

Mr. Jonathan added that wearing of the emblem would also be a pre-requisite for government officials or visitors to gain access to all government establishments across the country.

According to him, the directive would remain in force until activities marking the 2014 Remembrance Day were concluded on January 15, 2014.

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