Scout Nigeria to Support Government, Security Agencies


The Scout Association of Nigeria has reiterated its commitment to supporting government and security agencies in reducing the high level of insecurity plaguing the country.

The Assistant Chief Commissioner of the North Central Scout Nigeria, Muhammad Ali made this declaration during a capacity building workshop held at Bethel Luxury Suites, Bukan Sidi in Lafia.

The one-day capacity building workshop for the North Central Region of the Scout Association of Nigeria brought together commissioners from the north central zone of the country, along with other top personnel of the association.

The purpose of the workshop was to deliberate on issues that would enable officers contribute to national development and to discuss on how to train youths to exhibit high sense of responsibility in the society.

Addressing the state commissioners from Plateau, Nasarawa, Benue, Kogi, Kwara, Niger, and Abuja, Muhammad Ali explained that the Scout is a voluntary organization aimed at instilling discipline in the younger generation and complementing government’s efforts in curbing the activities of immorality in society, reiterating the association’s commitment to upholding its aims and objectives for the betterment of the society.

He also stressed that the workshop aimed to enhance the capacity of officers to improve their patrol systems and tackle the increasing rate of insecurity in the north central region.

During the workshop, the Chairman, Reverend Moses Aka, commended the contribution of the Scout in shaping the lives of youths towards becoming responsible citizens and urged the participants to redouble their efforts in instilling good morals in children and to work diligently to address insecurity in their respective states.

Participants from Abuja, Benue, and Niger states lauded the meeting, stating that it has broadened their knowledge on how to work in accordance with the mandate of Scout Nigeria.

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