Ondo NSCDC trains 105 private security guards, warns against recruitment of hoodlums

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps Ondo State Command has trained the first batch of  Private Security Guards in Ondo State to enhance their performance and efficiency.

While speaking at the closing event of a 2-Day Train the Trainers Workshop for selected Private Security Guards who would in turn train other members of their guards; the Ondo NSCDC State Commandant, Dr. Hammed Abodunrin said the Corps is committed to her mandate of Registration, Supervision, Monitoring, Training and Issuing of Certificate of operations to Private Guard Companies in Nigeria.

The Commandant  who spoke with journalists at the end of the training, said  about 4,000 Private Security Guards have been Identified in Ondo State.

He said the private security guards were being trained in order to curb

infiltration or enlistment of individuals with questionable characters as guards.

He added that the command under his watch would give preference to close monitoring and supervision of Private Security Guard Practicing in the State.

He noted that recruiting miscreants and criminal minded persons as private guards is  inimical to the Security architecture of the nation hence all establishments ,institutions and individuals hiring private guards should contact the Private Guard Company Department of the NSCDC to acertain the credibility of such Private Security Guards before requesting for their services.

Commandant Abodunrin further warned saboteurs  to either follow the due process of Registration and Licensing by the NSCDC or face the wrath of the law.

He affirmed the readiness of the Command PGC Task Force to Seal up all Unlicensed Private Guard Offices across the State.

The  occasion was wrapped up with award of Certificates and free distribution of First Aid Kits to all participants to enable them discharge their duties as quick First Aid responders in the face of future emergencies.