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We dont have beef against Peace Corps: NSCDC
The NSCDC, on Tuesday, May 30 asked the Senate to proceed with the establishment of Nigerian Peace Corps, saying it had no restriction to it. A Deputy Comptroller, Musa Farouk, who drove the appointment in the interest of the Commandant General, said the administrations of Peace Corps officers were required right now, because of insufficient security agents to battle the expanding criminal exercises in Nigeria.

Farouk told the law makers that Peace Corps and Civil Defense, as indicated by the bill before the Senate, have distinctive parts, aside from 'Peace and Conflict Resolution' provison, which he asked the Senate to streamline, in order to maintain a strategic distance from clashes later on. 

On the charge of showdowns with other security offices, the NSCDC said it had not had any acrid experience with the Peace Corps since their existence, including that, security agents in Nigeria ought to develop inter-agency relationship among themselves, to have the capacity to win the war against wrongdoing, rather than battling each other.

The Nigerian Peace Corps Bill was passed at the National Assembly in 2016, and a meeting board of trustees of both chambers initiated to blend the 2 inauguration of the bill. 

While the House of Representatives received its report in January 2017, the Senate has postponed its own particular rendition. 

The Senate in any case, as of late ordered its standing board of trustees on legal to direct an examination and along these lines exhort the red chamber on the following legislative action concerning the Peace Corps.
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