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Effective Security: OYO NSCDC Moves To Collaborate With Army, Police Others – As Commandant Adaralewa Michael Akintayo Shows His Readiness For Joint Operations ~ PressTv


….In continuation of his visit to security agencies and stakeholders in the state, the Commandant Adaralewa Michael Akintayo Tuesday paid a visit to the Area Commander of Customs Oyo/Osun Area office, Comptroller of Customs Adamu Abdulkadir.


It was a cordial relationship between the duo as collaborative efforts such as sharing of intelligence and joint operations were discuss.custom Area Controller appreciated the Oyo State Commandant for the role his men played whenever there is crisis in oyo state especially in the area of protection of Critical national asset and protection of other security formations.

Commandant Adaralewa paid a courtesy visit to Garrison Commander Brigadier General SJA Ilori at Nigeria Army 2 Div Garrison Odogbo Ibadan . The Commandant dwelled seriously on the vital areas of collaboration among security outfits saying, Synergy and collaboration among the various security organizations operating in the state cannot be negotiated. He further told his host of his readiness and willingness to collaborate with the Nigeria Army in the state especially in operation Burst.On his part, the Garrison Commander assured him of his unflinching support and more collaboration.

In the same vein Commandant Adaralewa Michael Akintayo today visited first Television station in Africa, that is NTA ibadan network center where he discussed and solicited for more publicity and information from the Zonal Director Engr (mrs) Omolola Olorode. Mrs Olorode promised more support to Oyo NSCDC as there is no assistance given to NSCDC that is too much since NSCDC is agency of government that perform their duties with fear of God.

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