Osun NSCDC Partners Nigerian Navy On Improved Security

The Commandant, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Osun state Command, Commandant Emmanuel Ocheja has assured the Nigerian Navy Centre of Education and Training Technology, Ile Ife of his unflinching cooperation on improved security in the State.

Atanda Olabisi, NSCDC Spokesperson in a statement issued said Commandant Ocheja gave this assurance at the command headquarters, Ilesha Road, Osogbo, during a courtesy visit to his office by the Commandant Nigerian Navy Centre of Education and Training Technology, Ile Ife, Navy Captain Aondowase Mnguve, mss, fss, Psc.

While welcoming the Navy Captain to his office, Commandant Ocheja said the command would continue to work jointly with Nigerian Navy in safe guarding the state. He also applauded the Navy Captain for his visit. He said that there is a strong synergy among all security agencies in Osun state. This interagency cooperation has gone a long way in making the state relatively peaceful.

He explained further that the civility in the way the Corps operates makes it easy for personnel to penetrate members of the public in getting proactive intelligence.Speaking on the purpose of his visit, Navy Captain Aondowase Mnguve, said the visit was to improve the existing synergy in order to further combat crimes in the State.

The Captain also revealed that the Nigerian Navy Centre of Education and Training Technology, Ile Ife, was previously located in Apapa, Lagos and recently moved to Osun State. This relocation made him to pay compliment to stakeholders in the state to farmiliarize himself with the current security architecture of the state.

He explained that numerous Courses are available for officers and men of the corps after due approval by the Naval Headquarters after working out the logistics with the Corps Headquarters for knowledge and combat readiness.Navy Captain Aondowase Mnguve further explained that the relocation of the school to their permanent site will help other sister agencies in acquiring knowledge for an improved service delivery.

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