1,550 Oyo NSCDC men for psychological test
The Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps has started a psychological assessment of its armed personnel in Oyo State.
The NSCDC commander in the state, Mr. Michael Adaralewa, said this on Wednesday in a statement from the command’s public relations officer, Oluwole Olusegun.
The statement reads in part: “State Commander Adaralewa Michael, today at command headquarters, Agodi, Ibadan, while declaring the exercise open, said forensic assessment will be carried out. out of 1,550 armed personnel from Oyo State Command in various units. and departments.
“The departments are the agro-rangers, the fight against terrorism, the armed squad, the regular officers of the armed women squad in formation and operations.
“Assessment has become necessary to ensure that armed personnel behave well and are disciplined wherever they are on duty and in their dealings with the public.
The officer in charge of the National Headquarters Forensic and Behavioral Unit of the NSCDC, who was represented by Dr Wale Folarin, said: of their IQ to effectively carry out their assigned responsibilities.
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