The new Air Force Commodore of the Nigerian Air force, 671 Detachment, Air Commodore Ibitayo Ajiboye, has said that the continuation of the existing cordial relationship with the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) will enhance intelligence gathering and collaboration.
Commodore Ajiboye said this during a courtesy visit to the Oyo State Command of the NSCDC at its headquarters in Ibadan.
He commended the activities of the NSCDC in tackling insecurity in the state and the Corps’ commitment to protecting critical national assets and infrastructure in the state.
Responding, the state Commandant of civil defence, Michael Adaralewa expressed appreciation for the visit of the new Air Commodore at a time the nation is preparing for the general elections.
Adaralewa promised to use the existing synergy between the security agencies in the state to promote the relative peace enjoyed by the state residents.
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