Oyo NSCDC commends operatives for winning laurels at Table Tennis Championship
....charges officers to increase surveillance
The Oyo State command.of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has lauded some operatives of the comm ad who won laurels at the African Club Table Tennis Championship which held in Lagos between 19th and 28th May, 2022.
The state Corps boss, CC Adaralewa Michael gave the commendation while receiving the athletes back from the championship during the monthly briefing of the command.
This is contained in a.press statement made available to monarchsnews.com by DSC Okuneye Oyindamola Civil Defence Public Relations Officer.
The squad that won the laurels include; coach Ajetumobi Olawale, the gold medalist, Hussain Halima and bronze medalist, Babatunde Babafemi.
The victory has also qualified the athletes to represent the continent at the World Club Table Tennis Championship later this year in China between 29th September to 10th October, 2022.
He said, “You have made the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps(NSCDC) proud and the Command of Oyo NSCDC in the midst of all State Commands of NSCDC in the Country,”
During the briefing, the Commandant charged all heads of departments, heads of Units, Area Commanders and Divisional officers of the Corps on Security situations and modalities on how to secure lives and properties of the citizens of Oyo State.
He called for increased surveillance in their various areas of operations for effective protection of lives and property.
According to him, the killings in Saint Francis Catholic Church, Owo, Ondo State, is enough to keep security operatives on their toes.
During the course of the briefing, Commandant Adaralewa Michael charged all heads of formation in the State to be more active and also increase the level of surveillance in their vicinity in other to protect lives and properties of the citizens of the State.
“What happened in Owo Ondo State is a great check on the Security agencies,” he stated.
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