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Published On: Fri, May 24th, 2019

UNDP commends NSCDC for resolving over 39,000 conflicts in 3 years

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By Tobias Lengnan Dapam

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), has commended Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, (NSCDC), through its Peace and Conflict Management Department, for resolving 39, 167 conflicts in the last three years.
Mathew Alao, the team leader, governance and peace building unit of the UNDP, stated this at the closing ceremony of the refresher course and review session for NSCDC peace desk officers at the Corps headquarters in Abuja on Thursday.
He said the feat was unprecedented.
Alao disclosed that the NSCDC resolved 12,144 cases in 2016, 13, 377 in 2017 and 13,646 in 2018.
He said the UNDP was ready to make more investment in the Peace and Conflict Management Department, following the feat it had achieved over the years.
“Because of your achievement, it’s better to invest more in you (Peace and Conflict Management Department) than in buying weapons for the organisation.
“We are also planning to establish a peace and conflict resolution unit in the police because we believe that the Police and NSCDC have the capacity to resolve more than 50% conflicts in the country,” he disclosed.
The Commandant General of the NSCDC, Abdullahi Gana Mohammadu said only peace desk officers from the Northeast, Northwest and North central geopolitical zones were invited for the five-day refreshers’ workshop.
The Commandant General, who was represented at the occasion by the Deputy Commandant General in charge of Crisis Management Directorate, Emmanuel Adeoye, said the workshop was to equip them in the areas of efficient local community peace building, peace-making and conflict management at the grassroots levels.

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