Oyo NSCDC Commandant has presented an operation vehicle to FSS.
9Janewshub.com.ng reports that Commandant Adaralewa Michael, of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Oyo Command has presented an operational vehicle to Female Special Squad of the command.
***Commandant Adaralewa Presenting the key of the operational vehicle to FSS Commander ….
The Corps Chief also called on individuals on the need for them to continue their support for the security agencies in order for them to be more committed to safety of lives and properties of the citizenry.
Commandant Adaralewa according to the press statement issued and signed by the state Public Relations Officer of the Corps, Deputy Superintendent of Corps, DSC.Okuneye Oyindamola made the call on Monday at the Command’s Headquarters Agodi Ibadan, while presenting the an operational vehicle to Female Special Squad (FSS) of the Command.
Adaralewa in his address stressed that the operational vehicle was donated in order to operationalize the Safe School Initiative of the Commandant General, Ahmed Abubakar Audi PhD, mni.
The Commandant who handed over the operational vehicle to the FSS Commander, Deputy Superintendent of Corps, DSC. Adesewa Ibrahim, stressed that the vehicle was donated to the Command by the National chairman of Petroleum Tankers Drivers (PTD), Alhaji Salmon Oladiti who also doubles as the SAO filling station CEO, to support the vision of the Squad.
Adaralewa also used the medium to enjoin well meaning citizens of the State to emulate the good gesture of the National chairman of PTD by supporting the Security agencies in order to better protect lives and properties of the citizens of Oyo State and Nigeria at large.
Commandant Adaralewa however commended the Oyo State government for its support. He also called for more support from the state government.
He later admonished the leader of the Female Special Squad in the State in person of DSC Ibrahim Adesewa to make good use of the operational vehicle for the benefit and protection of good people of the State.