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Insecurity: Nigerians urged to counterpoint safety agencies’ efforts

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Amid growing safety challenges within the country, the Commandant-General of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, Dr Ahmed Abubakar Audi, has appealed to neatly-which scheme folks and Nigerians no longer to abandon safety matters within the hands of the safety agencies on my own.

Dr. Audi made the allure at Edidi town in Isin Native Authorities Residence of Kwara Recount, the do he urged neatly-which scheme folks to serve safety agencies within the provision of mandatory equipment and logistics.

Spokesman of the NSCDC in Kwara Recount, Babawale Zaid Afolabi, said in a assertion in Ilorin on Friday that the Commandant-General, who was on a working seek recommendation from to the verbalize, lauded the donor of the NSCDC scheme of industrial, Dr Olatayo Abikoye, for the sizable success and for deeming it fit to provide safety for his of us and your total verbalize.

“Nowadays I specially desire to love the philanthropist who donated the scheme of industrial and I desire to lisp you all that we are going to make upright employ of the scheme of industrial.

“I am going to exhaust the opportunity to reiterate the incontrovertible reality that executive and the safety agencies are ceaselessly engaging to companion with any neatly-which scheme folks and company organizations particular to serve in combating safety challenges that we’re going by within the country,” the NSCDC CG disclosed.

In his enjoy remarks, the Eternal Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Inner, Dr Shuaib M. Belgore, additionally appreciated the upright of us of the Edidi community namely Abikoye, charging varied neatly-which scheme folks within the verbalize to emulate the huge sprint.

Latest on the occasion were the NSCDC Commandant in Kwara Recount, Iskilu Ayinla Makinde, the donor Dr Tayo Abikoye, Isin LG TIC chairman Hon. Tunde Fadipe, Eledidi of Edidi land Oba Gabriel Kolawole Aboyeji, representatives of sister safety agencies and community leaders amongst others.

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