Jami'ar Tsaron Nijeriya

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Nigerian Defence Academy
jami'a
farawa1964 Gyara
ƙasaNijeriya Gyara
located in the administrative territorial entityKaduna Gyara
official websitehttp://www.nda.edu.ng/ Gyara

Jami'ar Tsaron Nijeriya ita akafi sani da (Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA)) dake Kaduna, Nijeriya itace makarantar jami'ar dake samar da horo na tsaron kasa daya tilo mallakin sojin Nijeriya. Tsawon shekaru 5 ne akeyi a jami'ar kafin a yaye dalibi, inda shekara hudu anayinsa ne akan karatun ilimi, shekara dayan kuma bayar da horon soja. Taken jami'ar itace "Amanar kasa da jajircewa", an Samar da makarantar ne a shekara ta 1964. Yawan adadin daliban makarantan sunkai kimanin 4,200. Shafin yanar gizo na jami'ar itace: www.nda.edu.ng

Tarihin Jami'ar[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

An kirkiri jami'ar tun a watan Janairu shekara ta 1964 a matsayin sake gyaran tsohuwar makarantar sojin Kasar Biritaniya wato Royal Military Forces Training College (RMFTC), inda aka canja sunan zuwa makarantar horon soja (Nigerian Military Training College (NMTC)) a ranar samun yancin kai. Jami'ar na koyar da Sojojin Kasa, Sojojin Ruwa, da Sojojin Sama. Akin farko na jami'ar ta karantar da mutun 62 kacal, kuma yawancin wadanda ke horarwan sojojin kasar indiya ne. Makarantar ta zama na yan Nijeriya kadai a shekara ta 1978, sannan a shekara ta 1981 ta fara koyar da sojojin daga ko'ina a duniya. A kuma shekara ta 1985 ne jamiar ta fara horar da sojoji da suke bakin aiki da kuma bayar da shaidar digiri na biyu da na uku ga sojojin da wadanda ba sojoji ba.

Babban komanda maici ayanzu shine Major General A. Oyebade.

Jerin Komandojin Jami'ar[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

  • Brigadier M.R. Virma 1964–1969 (mutumin Indiya ne kuma shine komanda na farko)
  • Major General David Ejoor 1969–1971 (Dan'Nijeriya ne kuma komanda dan'kasa na farko)
  • Major General Adeyinka Adebayo 1971
  • Major General E.O. Ekpo March 1971 – February 1975
  • Brigadier Illiya Bisalla February 1975 – August 1975
  • Brigadier Gibson Jalo August 1975 – January 1978
  • Brigadier E.S. Armah January 1978 – July 1978
  • Brigadier Joseph Garba July 1978 – July 1979
  • Brigadier Zamani Lekwot July 1979 – 1982
  • Brigadier Abdullahi Shelleng 1982–
  • Major General Paul Tarfa 1984–1985
  • Lieutenant General Salihu Ibrahim 1988–1990
  • Lieutenant General Garba Duba 1990–1992
  • Lieutenant General Aliyu Mohammed Gusau 1992–1993
  • Lieutenant General Mohammed Balarabe Haladu 1993 - 1994
  • Air Vice Marshal Al-Amin Daggash 1994 - 1998
  • Major General Bashir Salihi Magashi 1998–1999
  • Major General Okon Edet Okon (2002-2003)
  • Major General Harris Dzarma (2006–2008)
  • Major General Mamuda Yerima (2008–2010)
  • Major General Emeka Onwuamaegbu 2010–2013[3]
  • Major General Muhammad Inuwa Idris December 2013 – August 2015
  • Major General M.T. Ibrahim August 2015– October 2017
  • Major General A. Oyebade October 2017- maici a yanzu.

Jerin Shahararrun Tsoffin Dalibai[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

  • Abdulrahman Bello Dambazau, former Chief of Army Staff
  • Alexander Ogomudia, former Chief of Defence Staff & Chief of Army Staff
  • Muhammadu Buhari, Shugaban Nijeriya kuma tsohon Shugaban kasa na mulkin soja
  • Azubuike Ihejirika, former Chief of Army Staff
  • Dangiwa Umar, tsohon gwamnan jihar Kaduna
  • Gideon Orkar, April 1990 coup leader
  • Ibok-Ete Ekwe Ibas, Chief of Naval Staff, Nigerian Navy
  • Kayode Are, former National Security Adviser and Director General State Security Service
  • Maxwell Khobe, former ECOMOG Peacekeeping Force Commander and Chief of Defence Staff, Sierra Leone
  • Emeka Onwuamaegbu Former Commandant, NDA
  • Muhammad Inuwa Idris, Commandant, NDA
  • Oladipo Diya, former Chief of Defence Staff
  • Owoye Andrew Azazi, former Chief of Defence Staff & Chief of Army Staff
  • Sultan Sa'adu Abubakar, Sultan of Sokoto
  • Sambo Dasuki, National Security Adviser
  • Tunji Olurin, former military governor of Oyo State
  • Victor Malu, former Chief of Army Staff
  • John Michael Ogidi, former ECOMOG Officer and Commander Corps of Signals Lagos Headquarters