Talking on the Passing Out Parade (POP) of the trainees on the command headquarters in Jalingo, on Saturday, the state Commandant, Mr Ugwuja Edwin, defined that the specialised coaching for the feminine squad aimed toward addressing the gaps in combating the growing wave of crime.
“Insecurity is a conflict that should not be misplaced and a battle that have to be received utilizing all accessible sources at our disposal,” he stated.
He defined that the transfer was additionally a renewed vigor and dedication to confront all types of criminality within the state which, based on him, was unshakable and unwavering.
“Nevertheless, in reaching this sort of daunting job, the coaching and retraining of officers and males of the Corps turns into very crucial and that was what we did precisely, by coaching the feminine squad and Agro Rangers personnel.
“The feminine squad and their Agro-Rangers male counterparts, have undergone sequence of intensive and rigorous coaching on foot drills, weapons dealing with, assault and impediment crossing, riot drill, fireplace preventing, amongst others.
“The essence of the coaching is to equip and put together them, each bodily and mentally, utilizing the wealthy information they acquired throughout the coaching to confront all spheres of insecurity headlong.
He thanked the Commandant-Normal of the Corps, Dr Ahmed Audi, for the continual assist and encouragement within the formation and coaching of the particular feminine squad in every state of the federation.
In a message of goodwill on the event, Gov. Darius Ishaku recommended the resolve of the Corp in tackling crime within the state.
The Governor, who was represented by Mr Koku Agbu, a Director within the workplace of the Secretary to the state Authorities, assured of his dedication to assist the safety outfit always.
Whereas congratulating the particular squad, Ishaku urged them to make applicable use of the information acquired throughout the coaching.