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FCT NSCDC Commandant Tasks Promoted Officers on Efficiency

The Commandant, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Federal Capital Territory, Mr Peter Maigari, has charged recently promoted officers in the command to commit themselves to the security of the territory.
Maigari gave the charge during the decoration of over 70 personnel of the command with their new ranks on Friday in Abuja.
He said that the promotion was well deserved, as some of them had been stagnant on the same rank for almost 10 years.
The commandant charged the personnel to protect the image of the Corps, adding that the promotion came with more responsibilities.
“This promotion ought to boost your work morale and not to be unnecessarily competitive.
“Perform your duties firmly, not brutally, but being brutal is an exception when dealing with those trying to sabotage the peace of the country,” he said.
Maigari urged those who were not promoted to exercise patience and continue to perform their duties diligently.
“Hard work has a reward and reward is not a right in Public Service but a privilege,” he said.
He appreciated the synergy between the corps and other security agencies in ensuring the FCT and country at large was free of criminalities.
Five senior officers were promoted from the rank of Assistant Commandant of Corps (ACG) to Deputy Commandant of Corps (ACG), while 28 officers were promoted to ACG.
Comfort Okomanyi, one of the decorated officers who spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) expressed gratitude for her promotion from Assistant Superintendent of Corps (ASC II) to ASC I.
Okomanyi said that the promotion was encouraging and would motivate officers and men of the corps to be more dedicated.
“This promotion comes with energy and morale to deliver on the job,” she added.(NAN)
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