The Oyo State Command of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, welcomes a new commandant to the Command Headquarters, Old Nitel building Agodi, Ibadan. The new Commandant of NSCDC resumed duty on Tuesday, 15th June, 2021.


The newly posted commandant, Mr. Adaralewa Michael Akintayo takes over from Commandant Iskilu Abiodun Akinsanya who has been redeployed to Delta State Command as their new commandant after an active and memorable one year and ten months in Oyo State.

Commandant Akinsanya expressed his appreciation to the government and good people of Oyo State for the encouragement given to him and appeal to them to stretch the same hand of fellowship to his successor.

In his first briefing with officers and men of Oyo State Command of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Commandant Adaralewa Michael made it known to officers and men that his deployment to Oyo State Command is necessary to compliment the good work done so far by the former commandant who had been redeployed to Delta State.

Meanwhile, after he inspected the quarter guards, met with all heads of Department and Units where he enjoined them to be disciplined and dedicated to duty especially in their commitment towards riding the state of all forms of criminality to engender peace and tranquility.

Commandant Adaralewa while sending a note of warning to criminal elements in the state to vacate Oyo State, sought the support of all stakeholders in the state to enable him succeed like Commandant Akinsanya.

Commandant Adaralewa Michael was formerly Commandant Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear Department at the National Headquarters before his redeployment to Oyo Command.

He is an educator in CBRNE Emergency Response, detection and response, providing training and motivation for front-line officers.

Commandant Adaralewa Michael who is also a FBI-trained Post Blast investigator, hails from Ekiti state.


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