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Kwara NSCDC passes 300 trained guards by command

The Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps, NSCDC, Kwara State Command, Guanara Division, discharged 300 members of the Guard after two weeks of training in weapon handling, unarmed combat, and demonstration exercises.

According to a statement by the Command Spokesperson, Aene Olasunkanmi, in Ilorin, Saturday, the training was organized through Divisional Officer Babuale Zaid Afolabe in Gwanara, North Senate District, Kwara.

He explained that trainers from various departments and units of the leadership were invited to train the trainees.

In his speech, the commander of the country, Muhammad Tucker Ibrahim, appreciated the Commander-in-Chief, Abu Bakr Ahmed Odeh, for his approval of the training.

He spoke at length about the need for the cooperation and support of every necessary agency that would enhance the security of the state.

The commander urged the trained guards to make good use of the knowledge gained during the training.

Mohammed promised his full support for further training and retraining of any security group willing to contribute to the advancement of society.

The commander stressed the need for training and retraining of security services and agencies as very important due to the activities of bandits and terrorists in our society.

He expressed his appreciation to the Speaker of the Kwara State House of Representatives Eng. Yakubu Danladi Salhu, and the Emir of Guanara, Dr. Idris Abdullah, for their support of the Command and Corps in general.

He asked for more support from the Speaker and the King, to promote a better and safer society.

He urged other divisions within the state to emulate the Division by organizing training for guards and other willing security services in their respective jurisdictions.

In his remarks, the speaker commended the leadership for providing such outstanding training to the members of the Custody in the Kwanara district.

Yakubu Danladi Salihu, specifically commended the Section Officer, Babuale Zaid Afolabi for changing the narrative through his passion and commitment towards training. He promised his continued support for the army.

The death procession was attended by representatives of the Nigerian Police, the Nigerian Customs Service and other dignitaries inside and outside the Guanara Principality.

Kwara NSCDC passes 300 trained guards by command

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