The Commandant General of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps- NSCDC, Abdullahi Muhammadu Gana has applauded the operational activities of the new NSCDC Agro Rangers, which is a special unit trained to protect farmers and their farmlands which are vulnerable to bandits and insurgent attacks. The CG of NSCDC made the applaud during a two days working visit to NSCDC Borno Command on the 22nd of December 2020.

During the two days operation tour, CG Abdullahi Muhammadu Gana becomes the first service Commander to visit Bulamadori, an area which had recorded several insurgent attacks on farmers and resident. According to reports gathered, the new Agro Rangers Operations have changed the narrative, as farmers has continue to share overwhelming testimonies with regards to the exceptional security which NSCDC Agro Rangers are providing.

According to remarks by residents in Borno state and especially Farmers, the CG has been described to be setting a new pace in the history of NSCDC. On arrival to Borno state, CG Abdullahi Muhammadu Gana commended and boosted the Moral of Agro Ranger Base 4Axis, encouraging to keep up with the good work.

During the visit the CG also convened with with the Provost of Mohammed Lawan College of Agriculture, Alhaji Muktar Alkali, Deputy Farm Manager,  Isa Mustapha and the Deputy Provost Alh. Mallah Musa, who were all at the moment college Farm. During their meeting, they all appreciated the good works of NSCDC Agro Rangers, stressing that Agro-rangers is indeed an answered prayer.

Emphatically, the operations of NSCDC Agro Rangers has remained unequivocally committed to providing security for farmers and farmlands across vulnerable Communities, farmlands in areas that are threatened by insecurity and bandit attacks.

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