NSCDC Graduates 35 Special Female Squad To Tackle Kidnapping, Rape

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The Bauchi State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) at the weekend graduated 35 Special Female Squad trained to help in tackling frequent attacks and kidnapping of students, rape, human trafficking and other crimes.

Speaking at the graduation ceremony, the State Commandant of the Corps, Nurudeen Abdullahi, said the NSCDC Commandant General came up with the idea of the Special Female Squad to intervene in some security challenges facing the country.

He informed that the Corps in the state initially faced the challenge of assembling female officers for the training, adding that only eight officers started the training before the number later increased to 35.

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