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NSCDC Tasks New Recruits on Dedication to Duties, Professionalism



The Commandant General of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps Dr. Ahmed Abubakar Audi, has charged newly recruited officers and men of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps to put the interest of the corps and the nation above theirs and be professional in the discharge of their duties in consonance with extant laws.

The NSCDC boss gave the charge through the Assistant Commandant General (ACG) Felix Oke, the Zonal Commander, Zone K, Awka , at the Passing Out Parade (POP) of newly recruited personnel after the compulsory three months basic training at the State Command Headquarters Awka on Saturday.

According to a statement issued by the Public Relations Officer of the NSCDC, Anambra State Command, DSC Edwin Okadigbo, the ACG represented by the Deputy Commandant Mercy Duru, congratulated the newly recruited personnel on the successful completion of basic three months in house training and exorted them to perform their duties with dedication and commitment.

“The ACG appreciated the standard of the Parade and the diligent efforts put in by trainees and the team of instructors in shaping and moulding the recruits into physically tough and mentally strong personnel”, he said.

“It is amazing to see our latest recruits conclude this basic three months training. I was impressed by the enthusiasm and effort they have showed throughout the training. They have all worked tremendously hard to acquire the basic knowledge
with the relevant skills to successfully resolve any on-duty demands placed upon them and I wish them well in their chosen career to support the security architecture of the country .” he stressed.

Earlier in his address, the State Commandant of NSCDC Anambra State Command, Mr. Everestus C Obiyo used the occasion to thank the Commandant General of NSCDC and his management team for providing the necessary assistance throughout the training period.

“He complimented the trainee for their immaculate turnout, precise drill movements and high standard of parade and conveyed his best wishes to them saying that the experience, knowledge and skills they bring with them will be invaluable to the Corps”, Okadigbo said.
According to him during the passing out parade, the reviewing officer took the salute and inspected the parade mounted by the trainees.

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