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 The Female Strike Force of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps NSCDC has sensitised some secondary school students on safety and security in Kwara The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the exercise was to mark the first anniversary of the Female Strike Force FSF establishment in the Kwara command The FSF was established by the Commandant General of NSCDC Ahmed Audi to provide safety protection to schools and other learning centres across the nation The state Commandant Mr Mohammed Ibrahim commended FSF for their efforts so far in the area of patrol and in helping many secondary schools educate their students on safety and security Ibrahim who was represented by DCC Idowu Lawrence thebDeputy Commandant noted that the female squad had made a lot of arrest like internet fraudsters and cult members and also helped dropped out students back to school He however advised the unit to organise more training for themselves by collaborating with other security personnel like the Nigeria Army to add to their experience on security Mr AbdulKareem Babatunde the state Vice Chairman of Nigeria Union of Teachers NUT commended NSCDC role in helping the society through its female squad that are addressing issues of uncultured attitudes in schools Babatunde also the Principal of Army Base Senior Secondary School Sobi noted that students had been sensitised on how to guard against child molestation rape and different forms of abuse Mr Usman Abdullahi the state President of All Nigeria Confederation of Principals of Secondary Schools ANCOPSS said that the programme was very educative and impressive as it awaken students from their slumber Abdullahi noted that the squad had been able to talk about security assault and first aid and wish for a synergy with NSCDC to better educate their students on security Earlier Mrs Racheal Dada the Head of Gender Unit spoke on Dangers in Keeping Quiet when Abused explaining the dangers associated with child abuse and its negative effect on the victims Dada said that there was need to educate children and teach them how to stop abuse whether physical mental emotional or even sexual abuse She said that dangers associated with keeping quiet when abused included contacting deadly diseases unwanted pregnancy drug abuse and suicide saying a close mouth is a close destiny speak out NAN reports that 45 students attended the sensitisation drawn from 15 schools across thevthree senatorial districts of the state NewsSourceCredit NAN
NSCDC sensitises students on security

Female Strike Force

The Female Strike Force of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has sensitised some secondary school students on safety and security in Kwara.

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News Agency of Nigeria

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the exercise was to mark the first anniversary of the Female Strike Force (FSF) establishment in the Kwara command.

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Commandant General of NSCDC

The FSF was established by the Commandant General of NSCDC, Ahmed Audi, to provide safety, protection to schools and other learning centres across the nation.

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Mohammed Ibrahim

The state Commandant, Mr Mohammed Ibrahim, commended FSF for their efforts so far in the area of patrol and in helping many secondary schools educate their students on safety and security.

Idowu Lawrence

Ibrahim, who was represented by DCC Idowu Lawrence, thebDeputy Commandant, noted that the female squad had made a lot of arrest, like internet fraudsters and cult members and also helped dropped out students back to school.

Nigeria Army

He however advised the unit to organise more training for themselves by collaborating with other security personnel, like the Nigeria Army, to add to their experience on security.

AbdulKareem Babatunde

Mr AbdulKareem Babatunde, the state Vice Chairman of Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), commended NSCDC role in helping the society through its female squad that are addressing issues of uncultured attitudes in schools.

Principal of Army Base Senior Secondary School

Babatunde, also the Principal of Army Base Senior Secondary School, Sobi, noted that students had been sensitised on how to guard against child molestation, rape and different forms of abuse.

Usman Abdullahi

Mr Usman Abdullahi, the state President of All Nigeria Confederation of Principals of Secondary Schools (ANCOPSS), said that the programme was very educative and impressive as it awaken students from their slumber.

Abdullahi noted that the squad had been able to talk about security, assault and first aid, and wish for a synergy with NSCDC to better educate their students on security.

Racheal Dada

Earlier, Mrs Racheal Dada, the Head of Gender Unit, spoke on ‘’Dangers in Keeping Quiet when Abused”, explaining the dangers associated with child abuse and its negative effect on the victims.

Dada said that there was need to educate children and teach them how to stop abuse, whether physical, mental, emotional or even sexual abuse.

She said that dangers associated with keeping quiet when abused included contacting deadly diseases, unwanted pregnancy, drug abuse and suicide, saying “a close mouth is a close destiny, speak out”.

NAN reports that 45 students attended the sensitisation, drawn from 15 schools across thevthree senatorial districts of the state.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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