NSCDC Deploys Security Personnel To All Jamb Centers In Ogun

NSCDC Deploys Security Personnel To All Jamb Centers In Ogun


The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Ogun State Command has deployed security personnel to all jamb centers.


This is part of its efforts to maintain proper coordination in the examination activities, and to prevent misconduct in the examination.


The State Commandant, Mr. Kolawole Taiwo disclosed this while leading the monitoring team to jamb examination centers in Abeokuta on Saturday.


Taiwo, while speaking to newsmen, appreciated the professional conduct of the examination body as regards the culture of independence in writing examinations in Nigeria. 



He thanked the Corps Commandant General Abubakar Audi (Ph.D, mni) for his proactive stance in times of emergencies and provisions of security for the civil populace. 


According to him, "the Commandant General, Ahmed Abubakar Audi (Ph.D, mni), is a responsive helmsman who understands the urgency and necessity of security at all times". 


Taiwo urged the students to be responsible and dedicated to their studies and promised to always give his best at providing the required security when needed especially as it was rightly made in this instance where each centre had a mixture of both male and female personnel for possible exigencies of duty.



His words"we have deployed adequate personal to all centers, the monitoring is to maintain proper coordination, so our students can write their exams  in a very peaceful manner, and we can have a reliable future leader,  they have been writing their exams without one disturbing the others"


Meanwhile, the State codinator of Joint admission matriculation board (JAMB)   Akeem Balogun,  said  "we have about 96% attendance,  everything is going well, although there were few inches at the beginning, but we have stabilized it" he submitted.


The monitored Centers includes: Moshood Abiola polytechnic, Joint adminstration registration Center for professional examinations Oke Mosan, South west resources, Jamb center Oke Mosan, Navy Secondary school Onikoko  .

































































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