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2023: Oyo NSCDC charges personnel on fairness, discipline while on duty

2023: Oyo NSCDC charges personnel on fairness, discipline while on duty

 

Segun Oladipupo

The Oyo State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) on Tuesday charged its officers and men to conduct themselves diligently while at duty during the forthcoming general elections in the state.

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Recall that elections into the presidency and National Assembly are barely four days away
.the Commandant if the command, CC Adaralewa Michael Akintayo while reassuring the people of Oyo State of the command’z commitment to providing adequate security, charged the officers to be fair Nd disciplined in the discharge of their duties.

CDPRO, DSC Oyindamola Okuneye, in a statement, quoting the commanding saying, “to be professional with a high sense of discipline and fairness while discharging their duties throughout the electioneering process.”

Full text of statement stated that “As the countdown to the 2023 general remains four (4) days, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) Oyo state commandant, CC Adaralewa Micheal Akintayo has reassured the people of Oyo state of the command commitment to provide adequate security with professionalism in line with the electoral act for the coverage of the general elections.

“The reassurance was made today during the recap of the security evaluation in the state with all management teams and the Heads of departments in attendance. Commandant Adaralewa Micheal Akintayo made it known that all security agencies are ready for the general elections that will come up on 25th February 2023.

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“He charged the officers and men of the corps to be professional with a high sense of discipline and fairness while discharging their duties throughout the electioneering process. Commandant Adaralewa reiterated that all the training given to officers before the forthcoming election has been provided, for exhibiting their professionalism before, during, and after the election.

“Akintayo enjoins the public to be adherent to the laws guiding elections and admonishes parents to warn their wards against disrupting the peaceful process of election and anyone found wanting will face the full wrath of the law.

“When you see something, say something.”,

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