Spread the love
March 4, 2024
You are currently viewing NSCDC inaugurates VIPs guard unit with 501 personnel
NSCDC logo

NSCDC inaugurates VIPs guard unit with 501 personnel

Spread the love

By Kelechi Ogunleye

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has inaugurated a Very Important Persons (VIP) unit to provide adequate protection for persons of prominent personality in the country.

The NSCDC Commandant-General (CG), Ahmed Audi, disclosed this at the Passing-Out-Parade of 501 trained personnel at the NSCDC National Headquarters in Abuja on Friday.

Audi represented by Assistant Commandant-General (ACG) in charge of Agro-Rangers, Augustine Obiekwe, said that the trained personnel were to protect persons of higher threats due to status, prominence and influence.

He  urged the officers and men to discharge their duties professionally and serve as good ambassadors of the Corps at all times without compromise.

He explained that the primary objective of a VIP unit was to minimize the risk of harm to the VIPS and maintain their privacy while allowing them to carry out their daily routines and engagements.

The CG said that the essential coordination and communication among team members was essential for the smooth operations of the protection unit, and charged the team to collaborate with intelligent agents of other security agencies.

According to Audi, the personnel were drawn from all NSCDC state commands and formations and had undergone a rigorous proficiency training at the Corps’ headquarters in Abuja.

In his address of welcome, ACG Training and Manpower Development, David Abi,  enjoined the graduands to put into practice all they learnt in the course of training, stressing that the Corps must not fall short of expectations.

According to him, the establishment of the unit was for proper coordination, control and communication amongst guards for better service delivery in line with global best practice.

“They underwent a special intelligence proficiency course which focused on VIP escorts, duties, psychological behaviors, the effect of emotions on temper, attitude, relationship between principals and personnel amongst others.

“This will no doubt equip the selected officers in the discharge of their duties beyond previous expectations and outcomes,” he said.(NAN)(www.nannew.ng)

==========

Edited by Benson Iziama/Isaac Aregbesola

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
error: Content is protected !!
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x