The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) have declared the discharge of a Corps Assistant Illiya Ibrahim of the Gwagwalada Area Abuja from the service in line to the raiding of Covid-19 palliatives found in a warehouse in Abuja. On this post we will view how Nigeria Security & Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) Discharges Officer
The Media Assistant to the Commandant General NSCDC, Ekunola Gbenga, revealed this in a report made accessible to journalists in Abuja on Tuesday evening.
Rendering to the statement, the Commandant General Abdullahi Gana Muhammadu has accepted the endorsement of the Junior Staff Penalizing Group for the discharge of Illiya Ibrahim of the Gwagwalada Division for uniting with hoodlums in raiding Covid-19 palliatives located in a warehouse in Gwagwalada, Abuja.
The endorsement was declared after the officer was tried under the public service rule which is connected to inappropriate behavior of officers. “This punitive action was taken after series of inquiries and negotiations by the junior penalizing board and references were prepared to the management,” Ekunola said.
The CG thanks officers and men of the Nigeria security and civil defense corps (NSCDC) with members of the community for giving meaningful information that has continued to assist the NSCDC in finding unhealthy personalities within the ranks for suitable action.
He advised the personnel to keep on dedicated, firm and stable in the carrying out their duties as the main purpose of the NSCDC is to defend lives and belongings in unification with Nigeria police and not the other way round and one of the vital roles of the corp is to safeguard pipelines from damage and the agency also partake in dispute resolutions & protection of the country