The new intakes into the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) College of Security Management have been warned to steer clear from students’ unionism and other social vices during their programme in the school.
The College Provost, Commandant Rachael Oluwafunmi Awosusi, gave this warning at the matriculation ceremony of the maiden students in Abeokuta at the weekend.
She said such involvement, if discovered, would be met with stiff sanctions by the college management.
She emphasized that the ceremony was significant in several ways among which is that “it marks the new phase of relationship between the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps and the University of Lagos.
“I want to use this medium to congratulate you for being the multi few offered admission into acquiring Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Security Operations and Management. I want to say that here, there is no unionism and any other social vices, like cultism. It is a professional centre and we must be seen and act as such. Any student caught in any of these would be sanctioned appropriately,” Awosusi said.
The NSCDC Commandant General (CG), Abdullahi Gana Muhammad, represented by the Assistant Commandant General (ACG), Bamidele Popoola, said the college programmes would assist security personnel in private and public sectors to acquire adequate skills and knowledge which would improve the quality, efficiency, effectiveness of the security service for today’s dynamic environment.