Police, NSCDC propose joint training to boost security operations




By Kelechi Ogunleye

#TrackNigeria: The acting Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Muhammed Adamu, has called for joint training between the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) and Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) to ensure synergy during security operations.

Adamu made the proposal during a courtesy visit to his office on Saturday in Abuja by NSCDC Commandant General, Abdullahi Gana.

The IGP assured that the force would continue to ensure that the purpose of policing the country was achieved.

He commended the leadership of the NSCDC for its resilience in ensuring that the 2019 general elections turned out peaceful.

Earlier, Gana said the collaboration with the police, being the head security agency, would help reduce the rate of crime and criminal tendencies in the country.

He pledged the corps’ commitment towards a united Nigeria, noting that officials of the NSCDC would leave no stone unturned to achieved the needed peace in the country. (NAN)




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