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NSCDC trains personel on modern democratic principles for operational enhancement

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The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has commenced trainings for its personel on modern democratic guidelines, techniques and tactics for operational enhancement.
The Provost Marshal (PM) of the Corps, Deputy Commandant of Corps (DCC) Babatunde Stephen Kolawole  stated this when he visited the State Command’s Headquarters (SHQ) in Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos on Monday.
DCC Kolawole, in line with the vision and focus of the Commandant General (CG) of NSCDC, CG Ahmed Abubakar Audi, disclosed his visit was hinged on touring the various zones of the Corps to organize workshops and train the provosts on modern democratic guidelines, techniques and tactics for good practices in the service.
The Provost Marshal tasked the participants, who were drawn from the trio Commands on loyalty, discipline, proactiveness, professionalism, regimentation, dedication and commitment to duty and many more.
The PM also stated that the CG had vowed to rejig the provost unit of the Corps in a bid to take the Corps to a greater and 3bviable heights even as he called for increased welfare for operatives as a means of motivation.
The Commandant, NSCDC, Lagos State  Command , Commandant Eweka Edenabu Douglas Okoro, who received the PM, charged the provosts drawn from the Lagos command to be focused and committed to learning new skills at the workshop.
Present at the first day of the workshop which held at the headquarters of Lagos command, include, the Head of Training, Lagos State Command, DCC Kayode Samson Folaranmi, senior officers and the Public Relations Officer of the Command, ASCI Abolurin Oluwaseun Olumide, among others.

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