… extols CG Audi’s quality leadership
The Public Relations Officer (PRO), Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps ( NSCDC ), Deputy Superintendent of Corps, Abolurin Oluwaseun Olumide has emerged as the overall best at Maiden Staff Course 01/23 of NSCDC Command and Staff College, Lamingo, Jos.
The curriculum of the course focused, on Staff Duties, Administration and Logistics, Geo Politics, Humanitarian, Crisis and Disaster Management, Intelligence, General Studies and Investigation. Other physical activities were also undergone by course participants.
The Maiden Staff Course, lasted, for three months, with rigorous academic, team and physical training activities to build up and prepare participants as change agents in the service.
The participants also visited the Citizenship and Leadership Training Centre, Mountain School, Shere Hills, for about 12 days, where they learnt team work, team building and other leadership qualities germane to their career development and progression.
The Civil Defence PRO, Lagos State Command’s ‘Gowon Section,’ emerged as the second overall best at Shere Hills in Course SH1,257 ( Special Mixed Course).
The maiden graduands of the Staff Course presented for approval, by the Registrar of the College, Deputy Commandant of Corps Pogu Dawa were 280, who satisfied all academic and extra curriculum requirements to allow them to be documented in the register of the College, obtain certificates and wear their dual insignias from the College and the Mountain School, Shere Hills.
The NSCDC, Lagos PRO, emerged as the Commandant General’s Overall Best award winner, College Overall Best in academics, Adetunji Adeseye award for CG’s Overall Best and College Award for Dedication (Legacy Project ).
Abolurin has hence seized the rare privilege and opportunity, to extol, and commend the giant strides of the Commandant General, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Dr Ahmed Abubakar Audi, in the area of training and retraining, credible and actionable intelligence gathering, capacity development, operational achievements in the fight against oil pipeline vandalism and the protection of critical national assets and infrastructure, since his assumption of office.
“The CG has made history in the annals of the Corps’ trajectory, with Staff Course 01/23, whose participants I believe will remain eternally grateful, dedicated and loyal to the service of the nation through the Corps,” said Abolurin.
Also, many other participants were honoured with certificates, prizes and awards, for their impactful roles and contributions to Knowledge and humanity during the course.
Eight graduands of the Staff Course also emerged winners of overseas training after a ballot sampling was transparently conducted at the event.
The pioneer Commandant of the College, Assistant Commandant General David Urbanus Bille, a strategic and seasoned administrator par excellence, while delivering his speech, also took time to elucidate the significance of the College viz a viz the numerous achievements of the Commandant General, Audi, around training and retraining and career progression and development of personnel.
Audi further reiterated, in his maiden graduation speech that the Corps will continue to make the government under the leadership of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and the good people of our nation proud, in line with its mandate and the general security and safety of the nation. He charged participants to internalize all they have learnt and become the real change agents of the service.
The event was witnessed by the Executive Governor of Plateau state, His Excellency, Barr., Caleb Mutfwang, ably represented by the Director of Security, the Commandant General, NSCDC, Dr Ahmed Abubakar Audi, mni, OFR, Deputy Commandant General Nnamdi Nwinyi, the NSCDC, Director of Finance and Account National Headquarters, Mrs Comfort Danladi, Assistant Commandant General David Urbanus Bille, the Commandant NSCDC Command and Staff College, ACG David Aselemi Abi in charge of Training and Manpower Development, Dr Jacob Gyang Buba, Gbong Gwom Jos also ably represented, The State Commandants of Plateau and Bauchi, Commandants of Corps Alexander Barunde and Ilelaboye Oyejide respectively, Deputy Commandant of Corps Pogu Dawa, Registrar of the College as well as other very senior officers of the Corps.
Other dignitaries at the event, from various services, included; the Nigerian Army, Nigerian Airforce, the Police, DSS, Nigeria Immigration Service, Nigeria Correctional Service, Federal Fire Service, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency and many more.
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