CLTC's Man O' War
Man O’ War Club/Association Formation
The first Man O' War club started when the Centre was in Victoria, South Cameroon as far back as 1951. Various students attended junior adventure course programmes from post primary institutions. On their return to their various colleges, they put to practice what was taught them. They began to call friends together to teach them the good activities and other things they leant during the course. The practiced community services, maintaining discipline among their colleagues. With this development this development, the principals of the colleges began to send to send letters to the training centre, seeking for their assistance.
There two types of the club:
1. Man O' War Clubs:
These are confined to colleges, colleges of education, polytechnics and universities. They are autonomy and their operations depends on the school curriculum and calendar. They all have constitution setting them up.
2. Man O’ War Association:
These has been changed to MAN O' WAR NIGERIA. These composed of old students and past participants who have attended any of our courses in any of the training centre including mobile course.
Their functions are:
1. Being a voluntary organization with a paramilitary touch, they can use volunteerism to re-skill and re-train themselves to build their confidence.
2. They are to form the vanguard that will motivate various local groups for effective community development service.
3. They are to network with various individuals to work cooperatively in their various communities for self help.
4. Partnership with public authorities, agencies, business sectors to work with their communities during self help projects.
5. Help in stimulating active citizenship interest in local affairs and exercise their civic rights, duties during elections, census and other national duties and emergencies as at when called upon.
6. Help in stimulating interest for different groups to participate in decision making to achieve control over their circumstances.
7. They are to help sensitize their local communities and mobilize resources to address local needs and carry out emergency rescue operations during disasters.
8. Liaise with Traffic Control Dept and Road Safety to help de-congest traffic when the need arises.
9. Help in value re-orientation of the youth in conjunction with different NGO's on renewed value system and embrace their culture and appreciate it.
10. The Club in the school are to liaise with school authority to maintain peace, security, discipline and crowd control during school activities.
11. Help the school authority to control cultism, trafficking prostitution, drug abuse and examination malpractices.
Re-Organization of Man O' War
Man O' War Association has been changed to Man O' War Nigeria.
She is in partnership with National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) in rescue operation.
National Command has been constituted. They shall no longer be called President both in the national and state, they shall be referred to National Command Officers.
These are the names of the commanders:
1. Col. S.A. Ayough (Rtd):
2. Hon. Ekure O. Felix:
Deputy National Commander
Ekure’s Compound, Camp David
Agbarha-Otor, Ughecu North
Office No: No 9 Akpodiete Street, Ulhecu Delta State.
3. Com. James Ujor:
National Secretary General
National Malaria Control Project (FMOH)
Public Health, Abuja. 07061281054, email@example.com
House Address: Orji Uzor Kalu House
Wuse 11, Abuja
4. Habu Musa:
Assistant National Secretary General
Directorate of Youth Development
5. Abubakar Sadiq Muhammad Dodo:
National Financial Secretary
c/o The Principal, GDSS B/Ruwa Gusan
PMB 0116 Gusan, Zamfara State.
6. Peace Bassey:
Flat 4 Rd 3,
7. Olaniyan Z. Oluyemi:
National Chief Training
137 Leslie Road,
P. O.Box 128,
Ilaro, Ogun State
08034687842, 08029058048, 08029058048, 08035344141
8. Ogundele Babajide H.:
Emure Local Govt. Secretariat
9. Kanjumi A. Tomayo:
National Public Relations Officer (PRO)
Federal College of Education
Okene, Kogi State. 08035903507
10. Adindu Chika Esther:
National Welfare Officer
No 25 Afara Street, Umahia, Abia State.
11. Kabiru Yusuf Kobi:
National Chief Provost Marshal
c/o Ministry of Youth and Sports,
Abubakar Umar Secretariat,
Bauchi- Bauchi State
08023824840, 08065611213, firstname.lastname@example.org
Generally, the centre courses help participants to discover and develop their potentials to care for themselves, others and the community around them through challenging experience in unfamiliar settings. As a result of its popularity and demand for its courses, the Centre now has six training units located in each of the six-geopolitical zones in Nigeria.
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The citizenship and Leadership Training Centre like the OUTWARD BOUNDS has the following guiding principles:
1. Superior standard and an extensive range of first-class guest services
2. Uses direct dramatic experiences in new surroundings to help those taking part discover their strenght, build their confidence and re-exam their ideals and values.
3. Provide personal development using social challenges, the mountain, the jungles, and the sea as means of personal growth.
4. Demand adaptability, self discipline, resourcefulness and Perseverance in the face of challenges and uncertainty.
5. Fosters the ideals and practices of active participation in the setting up of a supportive residential community.
6. Fosters the ideals and practices of active participation in the setting up of a supportive residential community.
7. Encourage participants to cooperate with others, to give service to and to accept responsibility for others.
8. Stimulate the imagination and sense of adventure and foster true appreciation and concern for the environment.
9. Places emphasis on practical work in small group, with adequate time for reflection, discussion and critical appraisal.