Police, NSCDC renew synergy against crimes in Osun, warn personnel against rivalry

Police, NSCDC renew synergy against crimes in Osun, warn personnel against rivalry
TIMOTHY AGBOR, OSOGBO
Authorities of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, (NSCDC) and Nigeria Police Force (NPF) in Osun State have renewed synergy and collaboration to tackle crimes and criminalities in the nooks and crannies of the state.
They also warned their personnel against rivalry in the discharge of their duties.
This was contained in a statement made available to NEWS BOOM by ASCII Adeleke Kehinde, the Acting Public Relations Officer
NSCDC, Osun State Command.
According to the statement, the deal was sealed on Wednesday, when the newly deployed Commissioner of Police in Osun, CP Faleye Olaleye paid NSCDC Commandant, CC Agboola Sunday, a courtesy visit at his office at the command headquarters in Osogbo.
Faleye meets Agboola
Faleye meeting Agboola at Osun NSCDC headquarters in Osogbo
Receiving the police boss, Sunday expressed readiness to collaborate with Nigeria Police Force and other sister agencies in the fight against pockets of insecurity bedeviling the state and the nation at large.
The Osun NSCDC helmsman said it was pertinent for all security agencies to have robust synergy among themselves in order to achieve a common goal which is safety of lives and property of citizens.
Commandant Agboola who also made it known that a strong synergy exists among all security agencies in the state, said the visit of the Commissioner of Police would also  renew and sustain the existing relationship between NSCDC and NPF.
Osun CP and CC
Osun CP and NSCDC CC
Speaking on the purpose of his visit, CP Olaleye said he has just been redeployed to the state, hence the need for him to strengthen the ties between the two agencies, noting that the collaborative efforts of all security agencies was needed to nip crime and criminalities in the bud.
“We must declare total war against whosoever that wants to sabotage the efforts of security agencies and to do this, we must synergise” CP Faleye noted.
He also emphasised the need for security personnel to shun rivalry, declaring that, “I have given order to my personnel not to disrespect other sister agencies. I am ready to work assiduously in the state so as to put an end to all forms of criminal activities.”

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