Security: Emir of Zazzau applauds NSCDC

Security: Emir of Zazzau applauds NSCDC
By Akon Eddy
Emir of Zazzau and Chairman of Kaduna State Council of Traditional Rulers, Alhaji (Dr) Shehu Idris has commended Kaduna State Command of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), for their efforts towards sustaining peace and security in the state. He stated this when he received the State Commandant of the Corps Alhaji Modu Bunu who paid a familiarization visit to his palace on Friday.
The traditional father, who also commended the NSCDC for effectively discharging security duties in the state, urging the corps to consolidate on its performance, said the corps has performed appreciably in anti-vandalism drive specifically in protecting Critical Infrastructure and National Assets, disaster management and crowd control among other things.

The Emir requested that more personnel be deployed to the Emirate to assist in maintaining law and order, assuring the corps of cooperation from the emirate.

Responding, Commandant Bunu promised to maintain a cordial working relationship with the traditional institution especially Zazzau Emirate council, noting that the command has received different forms of assistance from the emirate.

The Commandant thanked the Emir for donating a vehicle to Zaria Division of the corps in August this year, adding that such support will spur personnel of the corps to perform optimally.

Bunu remarked that the familiarization visit to the Emir’s Palace which preceded his visits to the Commissioner of police and Comptroller of Immigration was to enable the command succeed in the task expected of the corps.

He pledged to sustain the synergy between NSCDC and other security agencies, cautioning that rivalry and acrimony are counter-productive which must be avoided.

Bunu who took the mantle of leadership as Commandant of NSCDC Kaduna State Command following the redeployment of his predecessor to the National Defence College, Abuja is to continue with familiarization to all heads of security agencies in the state and other stakeholders.

Posted from GoBroadsheet

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