Umar Mohammed, the commandant of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) in Kwara State, has pushed the personnel to preserve the fundamental principles of the Corps, which prioritize honesty and deference to human rights.
During his first working visit to the state’s formations under his command, he made this statement.
As part of a strategic effort, the commandant visited more than 20 divisional offices to obtain personal knowledge of operational operations, evaluate employee performance, and guarantee the efficient implementation of the corps’ mandated duties.
He said that he intended to visit every area command and divisional office in the state. He also expressed gratitude to the officers and soldiers in every division for their continuous commitment to protecting people, property, infrastructure, and vital national assets.
In order to promote peaceful coexistence and avert future crises, he asked Corps members to collaborate closely with local communities, farmers, herders, and other security authorities.
In his message to the traditional leaders and other pertinent parties in the areas he visited, Commandant Umar thanked them for their enduring support and for fostering an atmosphere that allowed the Corps to flourish.