Protection Of Critical National Assets: NSCDC Commandant Monitors Deployment Of Personnel In Anambra

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Anambra State Command, in its quest to protect critical national assets has reiterated its commitment to deploy all proactive measures to holistically address and mitigate vandalization.

Maku Olatunde, the State Commandant of NSCDC Anambra State Command stated this on Monday when he paid on the spot assessment to all the financial institutions in Awka to access the performance of personnel deployed to protect and build confidence of the public in all financial institutions, markets and public avenues in and around Awka.

The State Command helmsman stated that his visit was part of a deliberate proactive approach to strengthen the security of public infrastructure against wanton vandalism by some undesirable elements, adding that the tour has afforded him the opportunity to access the level of preparedness of personnel to subdue any unforeseen circumstances, review the existing strategies and reinforce the locations with more operational facilities that can safeguard both the infrastructures and lawful citizens.

The operation according to him encompasses extensive detailed overt and covert surveillance operations, intelligence-driven non vehicular patrols, motorized patrol and pin down of personnel amongst others.

He also used the opportunity to interact with bank officials and customers for their willingness to comply with the government directives to resume economic activities on Mondays.

The State Commandant was accompanied on the tour by Deputy Commandant, Joseph Kazzah; Head of Critical National Assets Protection Department, Assistant Commandant; Samuel Onyeka, AC OPS, Assistant Commandant; Onyebuchi Onwuteaka, AC OPS Zone K, Assistant Commandant; Chinenye Chinweze, Head of Anti- Vandalism Squad among others.

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