COMMANDANT EWEKA VISITS NIGERIAN AIR FORCE BASE 651 , ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION AND INDEPENDENT CORRUPT PRACTICES AND OTHER RELATED OFFENCES IN LAGOS OFFICES TODAY.

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The Commandant, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Lagos State Command, Commandant Eweka Douglas Okoro, in his quest to further solidify and improve upon the already established synergetic relationship between the Corps and other Security Services and Agencies in the state, today extended his familiarisation visits, respectively, to the offices of the following Security Services and Agencies: 

The Commander Nigerian Air Force Base 651 Base Services Group, Sam Ethan Air Force Base, Ikeja, Air Commodore K A. Ademuwagu, the Resident Anti – Corruption Commissioner  Independent Corruption Practices and other related offences Commission, Barr. Kabir Elelu and the Lagos Zonal Head of the Economic Crimes and Financial Commission, Mr Ahmad Ghali.

The Commandant was accompanied to the security services and agencies visited, by Deputy Commandant Ayo Agoro, Head of Special Duty/ INEC MATTERS, Deputy Commandant Akinsola Akinremi Ajose, Head of Intelligence and Investigation Department, Assistant Superintendent of Corps I Abolurin Oluwaseun Olumide, Public Relations Officer, Assistant Superintendent of Corps II Osita Ejenonu, Protocol Officer of the Command.

The Commandant’s purpose of embarking on those visits earlier today, among other things include but not limited to synergy, Intelligence and information reporting, gathering and sharing, mutual understanding and collaboration and  training of personnel.

The Heads of the security services and agencies visited by the Commandant, today,  extolled him and stated that the services of the Nigera Security and Civil Defence Corps is highly regarded and commendable in Lagos State and across the country, basically for the great work that the Corps has been doing in the fight against vandalism, Protection of critical national assets and infrastructure, provision of security and maintenance of peace amongst other things, in the country at large.

Commandant Eweka seized the opportunity to appeal to the security services and agencies, to continue to collaborate and synergise with the Nigera Security and Civil Defence Corps, Lagos State Command, in order to  improve upon the already established security apparatus and architecture in Lagos State. Moving forward, he also promised to build on the existing working relationship between the Corps and other sister agencies in the state..

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