Civil Defence Deploys 100,000 Personnel For Easter Coverage
In ensuring a successful and peaceful Easter celebration, the Commandant General of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps Dr. Ade Abolurin has directed the zonal and state commands of the Corps to adequately deploy their personnel to strategic places such as federal highways for migrating groups, churches and other critical areas, not excluding black spots where criminal elements hibernate.
This directive was given in line with previous experiences when disgruntled members of the society capitalize on festivities to perpetrate their nefarious activities.
Abolurin reiterates the Corps commitment for laboring for the law-abiding citizen to be at peace. He stresses that both Muslims and Christians are one, therefore all hands must be on deck in tackling the problem of insecurity bedeviling the society, as no religion preaches violence.
In felicitating with Christian Faithful across the globe, the Corps Chief Executive states that apart from the deployment of over 100,000 regular and volunteer personnel, the Corps has deployed some specialized Units such as the Special forces, Counter-Terrorism Unit; Nuclear, Biological Chemical and Radio-Active Squad; surveillance vehicles and sniffer dogs for the purpose of sniffing out combustive chemicals and other dangerous compound substances used in creation of bombs and IEDs.
He enjoins with the followers of Christ and urges them to see the period as an opportunity to pray for the unity of Nigeria and to ask for forgiveness of sins.
On a sadder note, the Commandant General extends his greatest sympathy to those who lost loved ones to the evil bombing of the Nyanya Motor Park. Justice shall be meted out to those who have incurred the wrath of the law. The threat to the nation’s peace shall not be ignored and no effort shall be spared to uphold the value of the human life.
The Corps helmsman urges the public to be law abiding by reporting all suspicious characters and movement to security agencies for intervention.
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