Guest of honour (C) with other guests.
Developing one's identity through sports, religious, safety, introductory military and recreational as well as entertainment programmes are the aims of the first Uniformed Cadets Camp for Secondary Schools and Colleges in Brunei, co-organised by the Co-Curriculum Department's Uniformed Group Section as well as the Royal Brunei Armed Forces Army Cadet Group. It was officiated yesterday at Radio Television Brunei's Dewan Raya in Bandar Seri Begawan.
The guest of honour was Sa Bali bin Abas, Permanent Secretary at the Prime Minister's Office.
One hundred and eighty seven members from six uniformed groups - Army Cadets, Police Cadets, Fire and Rescue Cadets, Scouts, Girl Guides and the Red Crescent - involving schools and colleges nationwide are participating in the four-day camp which began on Thursday and supervised by 35 teacher-cadets.
Also present were the Deputy Permanent Secretary (Core Education) at the Ministry of Education, Suhaila Hj Abdul Karim, and co-chairmen of the camp as well as department directors and facilitators of the camp.
The opening ceremony was followed by a religious forum entitled 'Kualiti Kepimpinan dan Pasukan Beruniform' or Leadership Qualities and Uniformed Groups.
- Borneo Bulletin, Saturday March 20th, 2010.