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New Commandant, NSCDC Kaduna assumes duty

The Nigerian Safety and Civil Defence Corps have posted a brand new Commandant, Mr. Nuraddeen Abdullahi to Kaduna State Command.

The brand new Commandant who took over on Thursday from Commandant Abdullahi Dutsema promised to offer efficient and environment friendly service supply by securing lives and property in Kaduna State.

Talking on the occasion, the brand new Commandant known as on officers and males of the command to assist his administration by contributing via credible intelligence and optimistic choices.

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His phrases: “I welcome concepts to have the ability to arrive at collective choices.”

Earlier in his hand over and farewell speech, his predecessor, Babangida Abdullahi Dutsinma, known as on Personnel of the command to increase the diploma of assist they accorded him to his successor.

Dutsinma who was redeployed to Nationwide Headquarters of the Corps counseled the workforce for his or her dedication and expressed optimism that the brand new Commandant will succeed particularly with the cooperation of the personnel.

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He urged the brand new Commandant to consolidate on the operational functionality of the command in synergy with different safety companies in tackling safety threats bedevilling the state.

Commandant Abdullahi had served in seven states previous to his latest posting and was the final Commandant accountable for Adamawa State command the place he assumed obligation in February 2019.

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The handing and taking on ceremony was witnessed by Zone B Commander of NSCDC, ACG Dauda Danladi Mungadi who was represented by Commandant Abiodun Taiwo.

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