By Joy Odor
The NSCDC Female Squad Commander, Chief Superintendent Imonikhe Oluwakemi, has paid a familiarization visit to the Nigerian Army (NA) Women Corps to foster synergy and collaboration between the two Female Corps.
Imonikhe, during her discussion with the Nigerian Army Women Corps Commander, Major R.S. Agwai, at the Army Women Corps’ office in Guru, Abuja, earlier today, stressed that the NSCDC Female Squad is saddled primarily with the responsibility of curtailing security challenges in schools across the nation.
She noted that the serious assignment calls for effective collaboration and execution between the NSCDC and the Nigerian Army.
Imonikhe stressed that the Commandant General, CG, Dr. Ahmed Abubakar Audi, has mandated the Female Squad to ensure effective deployment of personnel to protect schools and restore the confidence of students, teachers and parents alike.
she said as such, there is need for serious collaboration by both agencies and other stakeholders in ensuring the success of the assignment.
The Commander of the Nigeria Army Women Corps, on her part, assured the NSCDC Special Female Squad of their unwavering support in their assigned mandate as it concerns the safety of Nigerian children who are the future of this great nation.