NSCDC trains special female squad in Taraba State


The Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corp, NSCDC has trained 55 Special Female Squad and Agro-Rangers to be deployed for special assignments in Taraba State.

The state Commandant, Mr Ugwuja Edwin, explained that the specialised training for the female was squad aimed at addressing the gaps in combating the increasing wave of crime.

The Commandant was speaking at the Passing Out Parade of the trainees at the command headquarters in Jalingo, on Saturday.

“Insecurity is a war that must not be lost and a battle that must be won using all available resources at our disposal,” he said.

He explained that the move was also a renewed vigour and determination to confront all forms of criminality  which, according to him, was unshakeable and unwavering.

He said, “however, in achieving this kind of daunting task, the training and retraining of officers and men of the Corps become very imperative and that was what we did exactly, by training the female squad and Agro Rangers personnel.

“The female squad and their Agro-Rangers male counterparts, have undergone series of intensive and rigorous training on foot drills, weapons handling, assault and obstacle crossing, riot drill, fire fighting, among others.

 “The essence of the training is to equip and prepare them, both physically and mentally, using the rich knowledge they acquired during the training to confront all spheres of insecurity headlong.”

He thanked the Commandant-General of the Corps, Dr Ahmed Audi, for the continuous support and encouragement in the formation and training of the special female squad in each state of the federation.

The State Governor,  Darius Ishaku commended the resolve of the Corp in tackling crime in the state.

The Governor assured of his commitment to support the security outfit at all times.

Governor Ishaku, while congratulating the special squad, urged them to make appropriate use of the knowledge acquired during the training.


NAN/Confidence Okwuchi


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