Female squad deployed to Adamawa schools to help combat kidnappings

To curb the kidnapping menace in Adamawa state, a Special Rapid Response (RRS) female squad has been deployed by the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) to schools across the 21 Local Government Areas of the State.

Commandant of the NSCDC in the state, Usman Waksha who made the announcement on Thursday October 28, said it is part of activities kick-starting the deployment exercise in the state.

He noted that the deployment is in line with the Federal Government’s programme of safe school initiative, aimed at providing adequate security in schools and the NSCDC Commandant General’s efforts aimed at addressing security challenges in schools across the country.

Waksha said;

“Today, we are launching the Rapid Response Squad and the safe school programme. Our vehicles and well-trained personnel would be deployed to strategic locations in the state in addition to patrols on a 24-hour basis.

“Personnel will be deployed to schools accordingly. It is however a continuous programme, we hope to reach all targeted schools.”

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