One thousand one hundred people sent by Delta NSCDC command to ensure holiday safety

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The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) Delta State Command has sent more than 1,100 soldiers to the state to make sure Christmas goes off without a hitch.

Commandant Suleiman Jimoh revealed this information and clarified that the step was put in place to ensure the safety of the state leading up to, during, and after the Christmas season.

He announced that the command under his leadership has sent troops from different units to work with the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) to secure places of worship, recreation centers, markets, malls, the second Niger Bridge, and all critical infrastructure. The troops come from Anti-Vandal, Agro Rangers, Mines and Steel, Anti-Human Trafficking and Disaster Management Teams, Counter Terrorism Team, and more.

In order to provide smooth and efficient security coverage, he added, the Corps has strengthened interagency cooperation via its numerous joint task force teams.

The deployment, according to Commandant Suleiman, is in keeping with the state command’s desire to maintain calm in the face of an impending population boom, which would bring with it an increase in both economic activity and social vices.

The commandant of the corps in Delta State emphasized that safeguarding lives and all Critical National Assets and Infrastructures (CNAI) in and around Delta State is the command’s primary objective.

As a member of the state’s security architecture, Commandant Suleiman urged the general public to provide the military with up-to-date and actionable intelligence since, “as we all know, security is a collective duty.”

The commandant emphasized the importance of being proactive in safeguarding the state’s Critical National Assets and Infrastructures (CNAI).

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