NSCDC dismisses smear campaign against CG

The management of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps has dismissed allegations of fraud and massive corruption against the person of the Commandant General of the Corps being circulated on social media.

Director, Public Relations of NSCDC, Mr Olusola Odumosu, in a statement, on Monday, in Abuja, said the allegations were unfounded and misleading.

The statement read: “The attention of the management of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps has been drawn to a spurious allegation of Fraud and Massive Corruption against the person of the Commandant General being circulated on social media.

“While the Corps do not wish to join issues with anyone on the matter, the CG and the management team wish to assure the public of its sincerity to rejig, reform and restructure the Corps in line with a clear ministerial directive to nip the current security challenges in the bud.

“The public is therefore advised to be wary of any frivolous, misleading and malicious information that is meant to distract the CG from the good works he is doing.

“The Corps remain a committed, selfless and utterly disciplined organisation with an above-board operational efficiency and coordinated strategy to ensure the fulfilment of its core mandates,” it said.

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NSCDC dismisses smear campaign against CG

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