• Tue. Jul 16th, 2024

NSCDC Intensifies Deployment To Safeguard Critical Assets In Anambra State

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Anambra State Command, has launched an extensive deployment strategy aimed at protecting critical national, state, and local government assets across the state. This proactive initiative targets key installations such as banks, financial institutions, parks, schools, government offices, and other vulnerable points to uphold public trust and swiftly respond to security incidents.

Commandant Maku Olatunde of NSCDC Anambra State Command announced this development today in Awka, emphasizing the importance of safeguarding economic activities and preventing disruptions by miscreants, criminals, and other elements. The deployment, part of renewed operational efforts, seeks to maintain civil order particularly on high-risk days such as Mondays.

“Our objective is to ensure the safety of critical national assets and infrastructure in Anambra State, encompassing banks, markets, parks, schools, government offices, and other strategic locations,” stated Commandant Maku. He stressed the importance of professionalism and adherence to established Rules of Engagement by all personnel involved.

Addressing the NSCDC operatives directly, Commandant Maku urged vigilance, professionalism, and responsiveness in their duties while maintaining courteous interactions with the public. He reassured law-abiding residents to continue their daily activities without fear, underscoring the collaborative security measures in place with other agencies to deter any potential threats.

Warning against any attempts to disrupt the peace in the state, Commandant Maku emphasized the consequences awaiting perpetrators of such acts. He called for cooperation from all residents in supporting the NSCDC’s efforts to uphold security and protect communal well-being.

Hyacinth Beluchukwu Nwafor

Hyacinth Beluchukwu Nwafor is a seasoned journalist and the CEO/Founder Belch Digital Communications, publishers of Hybrid News Nigeria.

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