This was contained in a statement delivered by the institution, through its spokesman Major Abubakar Abdullahi today in Kaduna.
He advised motorist to ensure they follow other route as he event would affect vehicular movement around the institution.
“Consequently, Kawo-Mando-Airport road in Kaduna will be busy from 5 am-5 pm., road users who do not have anything to do around the area are advised to use alternative routes to avoid unnecessary bottleneck.
“The alternative routes are; Airport-Rigachukun and Mando-Rigasa Railway station-Rigasa-Nnamdi Azikwe road,” Abdullahi said.
NAN reports that 365 cadets of the NDA regular course, two of them from Republics of Togo and Benin, would pass out during the event.
The NDA would also offer honourary doctorate degrees to prominent businessman Mohammed Indimi, Dr Akinwumi Adesina, President, African Development Bank, and Lt.- Gen. CI Obiako, a former Military Adviser at the United Nations.
A total of 131 graduating cadets will be commissioned into the Nigerian Army and the rest into the Navy and Air Force.
The premier military academy has so far trained over 20,000 officers since inception, with a small fraction from Benin Republic, Gambia, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Togo and other countries.