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135 NSCDC Officers Undergo Training on Internal Security, Counter Terrorism in Oyo State

To effectively ensure the protection of lives and property, one hundred and thirty five newly recruited officers of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC in Oyo state have undergone intense training on internal security and counter terrorism.

At the passing out parade for the newly recruited officers, the NSCDC Commandant in the state, Mr Micheal Adaralewa said they were also trained in the areas of discipline, resilience, tactical maneuvers,  crowd dispersal, raids, intelligence gathering,  insurgency and peace and Conflict Resolution.

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Mr Adaralewa stressed that the training was required to ensure professionalism and effectiveness on the part of the recruits.

The Oyo state NSCDC Commandant maintained that the corps, in collaboration with other security agencies would continue to prioritize the security of lives and property in the state.

“To ensure professionalism,  the newly trainees had gone through training in the principles of internal security,  doctrines of internal security,  fundamental human right, administration of criminal justice, interagency collaboration  public relations and other fundamental trainings that will assist in the community friendly discharge of their duties”

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“The passing out parade of today is not an end to training for the recruits but rather the commencement of another phase”. ”

“They will be deployed immediately to various area Command offices,  division, departments and unit rotational to learn further on the job after which they shall proceed for another extensive and intensive training colleges accross the nation”.

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