By Tobias Lengnan Dapam
The Commandant General of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC), Dr. Ahmed Audi on Monday, commissioned the NSCDC cooperative housing project at Kuje and laid another foundation to be named after the former NSCDC GG, Ade Abolurin.
Speaking at the commissioning, Audi pledged to do more ground breaking projects to improve staff welfare to boost their morale in the fight against banditry.
He explained that efficiency in service delivery and optimal performance of an officer can only be achieved when the welfare of such officers are guaranteed and his administration would give utmost priority to that.
“This administration has come with a renewed vigour to rejig, revamp, rejuvenate, resuscitate and reposition the Civil Defence to a world class elite organisation poised to protect the lives of citizens as well as safeguarding all critical national assets and Infrastructure of the nation.
Audi explained that efficiency in service delivery and optimal performance of an officer can only be achieved when the welfare of such officers are guaranteed and his administration would give utmost priority to that.
“I am glad you are all witnesses to these laudable achievements. Today house keys are being handed over to officers and we are also laying a new foundation for another 102 buildings of 3 Bedroom and 2 Bedroom within the estate.
The NSCDC boss also said that the years ahead will be full of tremendous innovative achievements because the Audi led administration will keep moving on and never get tired of putting smiles on the faces of all personnel of the Corps both at the National Headquarters and all formations in the federation.
Dr. Ahmed Audi who earlier in the company of his wife, the National President of the Civil Defence Officers Wives Association (CDOWA) Hajia Aisha Abubakar Audi conducted the ground breaking and foundation laying of CDOWA Group of Schools and Skill Acquisition Centre at Sauka, Abuja.
On his part, the chairman NSCDC National Headquarters Cooperative Society, ACC Aina Oladeji Jones appreciated the CG for playing a fatherly role as the patron of the Cooperate Multipurpose Society, recounting that the CG at his 100 days in office promised that his officers would be house owners before his one year tenure in office and this has been fulfilled.