Abdulrahman Danbazau Minister says FG to establish Institute of Domestic Security

Danbazau made the remark  during his visit to NSCDC National headquarters at Sauka, Abuja.‎

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Minister of Interior, retired Lt.-Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau

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The Federal Government is to establish an Institute of Domestic Security for the training of different services in internal security, Minister of Interior, retired Lt.-Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau, has said.

A statement signed by Emmanuel Okeh, Spokesperson of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence (NSCDC), on Tuesday in Abuja said that Danbazau made the remark  during his visit to NSCDC National headquarters at Sauka, Abuja.‎

Okeh said that the minister had visited and inspected the new headquarters.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the NSCDC had recently moved its headquarters from its Zone 5, Abuja, office to its Academy premises in Sauka, Abuja.

The minister during the visit disclosed that the old office premises of the NSCDC at zone 5 would now be used for the Institute of Domestic Security when eventually established.

Dambazau‎ expressed delight that the Corps was now occupying an office befitting its status as a paramilitary and security outfit of government.

He charged the NSCDC boss and the entire personnel on the need to be professional and more pro-active in safeguarding the lives and property of the citizens.

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The‎‎ Commandant General of the Corps, Abdullahi Muhammadu, called for more dedication and unity among the officers and men of the Corps.
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He commended the personnel for their cooperation and timely response to the directives of relocating the Corps National Headquarters from the Wuse, Zone 5 office to Sauka, Airport Road.

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