NSCDC, DSS Resolve To Tackle Insecurity In Anambra

By Adadareporters

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps and the Department of State Security (DSS) in Anambra State have restated their commitments to forge stronger collaboration to ensure peace in the state and Nigeria at large.

The security agencies voiced their commitment on Tuesday when the Anambra State director of the Department of State Services, DSS, Adesina Bolarinwa, paid a courtesy call on the state commandant of NSCDC, Olatunde Maku, at the NSCDC State Command headquarters, Awka.

Bolarinwa said the essence of his visit was to strengthen the existing relationship with NSCDC and solicited for more collaboration ahead.

He praised the NSCDC for its contribution to the protection of critical national assets and infrastructure and the sterling successes recorded in the security architecture of the nation .

He sought more cooperation and better synergy with the NSCDC, especially in the area of sharing intelligence in order to achieve a safer society for Anambra citizens and residents.

In his response, the NSCDC state helmsman, Maku Olatunde, described the relationship between the corps and the DSS as rewarding, which, according to him, has helped in promoting peace and reduction of crimes across the country.

“I want to commend the director for partnering more closely with my office in sharing of intelligence since my assumption of office.

“DSS has been a close and dependable ally of NSCDC. We have a record of good working relationship, especially in rendering intelligence where possible on some of the areas that need attention.

“It is our responsibility therefore to sustain the relationship for the betterment of the country,” he said.

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