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NSCDC tightens security in Anambra

The Nigeria Safety and Civil Defence Corps, which falls beneath the Anambra State Command, stated it has deployed personnel throughout the state to guard essential nationwide and state belongings as a part of efforts to stop a breakdown in regulation and order.

The NSCDC Commandant in Anambra State, Maku Olatunde, said this on Monday in Awka whereas overseeing the deployment of personnel for the renewed launch operations to spice up financial and business actions and counter the results of Monday’s stay-at-home order.

Olatunde described it as a proactive step that targets banks, monetary establishments, parks, colleges, authorities places of work and doubtlessly weak factors to take care of public belief and reply to safety breaches.

He stated: “The train is geared toward boosting financial actions and stopping thugs, criminals, vagrants, vandals, hooligans, unruly people and financial saboteurs from attacking the rightful residents of the state, particularly on Monday.

“We now have pressured that every one personnel taking part within the train should conduct themselves professionally and courteously in sustaining public order, adhering to the established guidelines of engagement and established working procedures.

“This deployment is to make sure the safety of essential nationwide belongings and infrastructure in Anambra State together with banks, markets, parks, leisure centres, colleges, authorities places of work and different strategic places. You have to be vigilant within the discharge of your duties, skilled, courteous and aware of the wants of the general public.”

The NSCDC boss urged regulation abiding residents of the state to go about their lawful enterprise with out concern or intimidation. He said that the command is working with different safety businesses and has put in place safety measures to avert any risk of assaults by rebel teams.

Maku warned those that need to disrupt the relative peace within the state to assume once more. Anybody caught red-handed will face penalties.

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