NSCDC Commander Tasks Kaduna Residents On Information Sharing Against Threats

The Zone B Commander of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) ACG Pedro Awili Ediba has tasked Kaduna residents on sharing information with security agencies especially on threats in order to control the menace of insecurity in their community, local government and the state in general.

Ediba made the call in Kaduna during the formal commissioning of the command Headquarters, donated by Kaduna state government and the newly constructed office of NSCDC Cooperative & Investments Society executed by the present executive officials.

The Zonal Commander disclosed that security agencies on their part are doing everything professionally possible to make the state habitable.

He warned that “we will gain nothing by killing, rather it is only when we ensure peace that development will thrive”.

Shortly before the symbolic commissioning of the State Headquarters, the Zonal Commander applauded efforts of the State Commandant Babangida Abdullahi Dutsinma for his achievements in 11 months tenure.

He highlighted some of the successes achieved by the Commandant such as the donation of the office, operational vehicles and strategic deployment among others.

The State Commandant Dutsinma on his part commended the State Government for the donation of the edifice and assured the Commander of the Commands readiness to do more to achieve more positive results.

Ediba urged officers and men of the command to continue with support to the Commandant, especially in intelligence gathering, noting that with team spirit the corps will achieve more.

He also applauded the vision of the Command’s cooperative society which resulted in the construction of a new office complex in order to address the welfare needs of personnel.

On his part, Chairman of the Society, DSC Peter Akawu explained that the society places high premium on both short and long-term needs of the personnel.

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