NSCDS Graduate 264 Personnel In Kaduna

NSCDS Graduate 264 Personnel In Kaduna

BY FROM RAHILA ABDULLAHI, KADUNA

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), on Tuesday graduated no fewer than  264 of  its personnel for  2019/2020 intake.

Speaking during the event which was held at the Nigeria Correctional Service Staff College parade ground Barnawa Kaduna, the review officer at the passing out parade, the Commandant Nigeria Correctional Service Staff College,  Kaduna,  ACG Victor Benson said,  “it is gratifying to state that you are exposed to categories of training that reflect the current security dynamics in the country.

Benson  said the intensive training modules including weapon training will make the personnel perform effectively in the discharge of their duties which include, protection of pipeline from vandals, lives, properties and crisis resolutions.

“You must as a matter of necessity work very hard to add value to the service in discharge of your duties wherever you find yourselves, because you are beckoned to surpass records set in the field by past generation officers of the corps.”

While charging  the officers to remain disciplined, focus and men of honor and integrity in the noble profession, he urged them to put into use what they have learnt from the basic course while carrying out their constitutional duties. 

Earlier, the Kaduna state Commandant , NSCDC, Mr Idris Adah, said the 264 personnel were mostly drawn from across all local government of Kaduna state, and it is also replicated across the 36 states of the Federation.

Adah said the new intakes of the corps were trained on weapon handling , drills and NSCDC mandate for the purpose of efficient law enforcement.

He charged them to be courageous, just and fair in their dealings with public and urged them to synergize with all security agencies in the discharge of their duties.

“Bearing in mind that law and order and national security are two sides of the same coin , “Adah said.

AljazirahNigeria gathered that the 264 graduating officers underwent three months training where awards were given to those who distinguish themselves during the training.


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