The Commandant, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) Osun State Command, Commandant Sunday Agboola has charged newly decorated officers to be committed and imbibe selflessness in the discharge of their duties, in order to justify their promotion.
Commandant Agboola gave this charge yesterday during the decoration of the newly promoted officers at the state headquarters in Osogbo, Osun State
Agboola who made it known that, promotion comes with responsibility, said they must be psychologically prepared for the task ahead “you must be dedicated to justify your promotion and you must display a high level of professionalism while discharging your duties.
The category of the ranks promoted are;
Assistant _Commandant of Corps_six(6)
_Chief Superintendent of Corps_eight(8)
_Suprintendent of Corps_four(4)
_Deputy Superintendent of Corps_five(5)
_Assistant Superintendent of Corps_ forty three
(43)_Assistant Superintendent of Corps_twenty six(26).
The Osun NSCDC boss however encouraged those who did not benefit in the promotion exercise, not to be deterred, rather they should continue to work hard “be hopeful as your own time of celebration will come soon and I believe that you will be promoted in the subsequent exercise” Agboola said.
Commandant Agboola lauded the Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, the Civil Defence Immigration and Prisons Services Board (CDIPB) and the Commandant General, Dr Ahmed Abubakar Audi mni, he stressed that the efforts would improve the welfare and service delivery of personnel.
While responding to interview from Press on behalf of the newly promoted officers, Assistant Commandant of Corps (ACC)Farinloye Johnson and Chief Superintendent of Corp (CSC) Bashorun Atinuke assured of more dedication to duty, for the corps to achieve it’s core mandates.
The programme was well attended by Family and friends of the newly promoted officers.
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