President Muhammadu Buhari looks sporty as he steps out for the 12th Nigerian Navy Games in Lagos


President Muhammadu Buhari is in Lagos today to flag-off the 12th Nigerian Navy Games and also to commission The Navy’s new Sports Complex in Navy Town, Ojo.

The President arrived at the event clad in sportsĀ gear.

Declaring open the 12th Nigerian Navy Games, LAGOS 2022, the President assured Nigerians that the armed forces would continue to sustain their operational tempo to contain the security challenges in the country.

President Muhammadu Buhari looks sporty as he steps out for the 12th Nigerian Navy Games in Lagos (video)

He said the security agencies would continue to ensure that all appropriate measures were in place for the safety of Nigerians.

He urged Nigerians to believe in the capability of the armed forces to safeguard and bring long-lasting peace and stability to the country.

The President also re-emphasized the importance of synergy between the armed forces, other security agencies and the general population for peace and security.

President Buhari, who also commissioned the newly constructed Nigerian Navy Sports Complex, commended the Chief of the Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Awwal Gambo, for investing in sports development.


Buhari said: “Over the years, sports have remained a tool to strengthen the ties between troops, instilling discipline and readiness to serve a common cause in the military. I am sure that these Games will create the forum for the Nigerian Navy to achieve these objectives and more.

“The construction of this sports complex has provided a standard venue for the Nigerian Navy to host major games as well as an appropriate venue for naval personnel within Lagos to use for training and other recreational purposes.

“I am therefore confident that besides the conduct of the Games, the Nigerian Navy and its personnel will continue to make good use of the facilities in this complex.”

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