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NCoS Strengthens Partnership With NSCDC To Secure Custodial Centres In Enugu

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Enugu-–The Nigerian Correctional Service (NCoS) Enugu State Command has sought for strengthening of partnership with Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corp (NSCDC) Enugu State Command to ensure security at custodial centres.

The Controller of Corrections in Enugu State, Mr Nicholas Obiako, made the call on Friday in Enugu when he received the new Commandant of NSCDC Enugu State Command, Mr Alloyious Udeh, in his office in Enugu.

Obiako, who welcomed the new commandant, assured him of a good working relationship with him just as the command did with his predecessors.

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He said: “The two services under the same ministry should complement each other to achieve national security.

“This command is looking forward to a high level of cooperation to continue to make Enugu State safe for business and development.”

The controller also informed the commandant that Gov. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi had been supportive to the command.

Earlier, Udeh, in company with his management team, said that he came to chart a more formidable course  on how  to secure custodial centres under his command area of responsibility.

The commandant noted that synergy remained the bedrock of achieving maximum security.

“I am pledging the support of the NSCDC towards protection of the three custodial centres as a critical National Asset that needs not to be breached,” he said.

Udeh said that the visit was also in line with the Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbsola, directive to the newly posted commandants of NSCDC.

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Highlights of the visit were an interactive session as well as exchange of souvenirs.

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