Insecurity: NSCDC decry lack of patrol vehicles in Kwara

Written by on October 28, 2022

The Kwara Command of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps  has called on the State Government to provide more patrol vehicles for 24-hours surveillance.

The NSCDC command said the logistics support will ensure adequate security in the state.

The Commandant, Muhammed Ibrahim, made the appeal while fielding questions from journalists on Thursday in Ilorin.

Ibrahim noted that there are security challenges in some parts of the state and has started affecting the peace and stability of Kwara, underscoring the urgent need to tackle the concern.

The commandant however said that the national headquarters of NSCDC had been informed of the need for more patrol vehicles for quick response to distress calls.

He, therefore, called on the state government to assist the corps by providing more patrol vehicles for the officers to work more effectively and ensure timely intervention of any security challenge.

Ibrahim assured the state that the officers and men of the corps would continue to ensure total peace and stability by evicting all evil perpetrators from the state.


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