Vandalism of vital national assets and infrastructure in the territory would soon come to an end, according to Olusola Odumosu, the commandant of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

On Friday, when visiting with Christopher Maikalangu, chairman of the Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC), Odumosu made this promise.

He asserted that the combat against criminal elements in the FCT, especially vandals who deprive citizens of democracy’s benefits, would be maintained by the Command.

Public works projects including manhole covers, streetlights, traffic signals, roads, bridges, and dams would be protected throughout the FCT, he promised.

According to the commandant, he led an offensive against vandals upon taking office and achieved notable results.

The city center has seen multiple arrests, with some suspects facing charges in court.

“We will not rest until we have eradicated vandalism in the FCT,” Odumosu declared, after acknowledging that the fight had not yet been won.

He pledged his undivided attention to the NSCDC safe school program, which aims to provide sufficient security for schools throughout the province.

In order for the corps to fulfill its mission as stated in its Act, he consequently requested the Chairman’s support.

In his own words, the AMAC Chairman promised the commandant his unwavering backing in carrying out the Corps’s missions in the FCT.

He claims the NSCDC has shown it can function well both on its own and in tandem with other organizations.

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