Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has solicited the support of the British Government in the development of the State Neighbourhood Safety Corps Agency. Speaking during a Courtesy Visit by the United Kingdom Department for International Development Team in the Niger Delta on Friday at the Government House Port Harcourt, Governor Wike said that the State requires training support for the Neighbourhood Safety Corps Agency operatives. He said: “Virtually all states in Nigeria have security challenges. We have established the Neighbourhood Safety Corps Agency to help the security agencies with critical information to fight crime. 2019: Britain has no preferred candidates – Official(Opens in a new browser tab) “Such information will help the security agencies nip crimes in the bud. We need assistance for the provision of necessary security training aids for operatives of the Neighbourhood Safety Corps Agency “. Governor Wike also urged the British Government to partner with the Rivers State Government in the area of agricultural development. 2019 POLL: We’ve no preferred candidates –— British govt(Opens in a new browser tab) He said: “One of our key areas of priority is agriculture. We want to partner with you to develop all forms of agriculture. “This is necessary… Read full this story
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