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NEW NSCDC COMMANDANT CHARGES OFFICERS IN ENUGU STATE ON SECURING THE SOUTHEAST.

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The Commandant, Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps NSCDC in Enugu State, Aloysius Udemadu Obiora, has charged Officers and Men of the Command to roll their sleeves and get ready to work for the good and safety of the State. 

Obiora who gave the charge at his office while in a meeting with the Management staff of the Command, after resuming as the eleventh Commandant barely a week ago, said that he is not in the State to listen to fables of failures or business as usual but to make a difference, create an impact and contribute to the development of the State. 

He said that the development of any economy and society is dependent on the prevailing security atmosphere in the environment, adding that with Enugu as the capital of Southeast, the collective interest of the geopolitical zone cannot be toyed with hence the commitment of all is solicited for victory. 

The Commandant extended a hand of fellowship to other Security Agencies in the State and promised a robust partnership that would further strengthen the already existing synergy among the Services with the aim of keeping the State secured.

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