Nigerian Security agency honour’s, artiste, D’banj as Agro-Ranger
Popular Nigerian artiste Daniel Oyebanjo, a.k.a D’banj, has been decorated by Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) as Agro-Ranger.
The honour is in line with the government security outfit’s Agro-Rangers initiative.
According to News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports, the Agro-Rangers programme inaugurated in mid-2016 is expected to forestall attacks on farms, boost farmers’ confidence to work on their farms without fear and to enhance FG’s food security plan.
D’banj said he would dedicate his life and personal effort to put the country and the NSCDC on the global map and ensure that the insecurity challenges suffered by Nigerian farmers would be a thing of the past.
“I find this initiative undertaken by the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps as a wonderful opportunity to serve my country.
“Organisations or agencies such as the NSCDC need the support of the general public to do so effectively since they were established to protect Nigerian citizens.
“Being myself a farmer of over 15 years, I very well understand the challenges suffered by farmers as incessant and re-occurring attacks stifle production and productivity,” D’banj said.
NSCDC’s Commandant-General, Abdullahi Mohammadu, urged D’banj to always promote the initiative as government had concluded plans to employ young and agile people in the 36 states of the country and FCT as Agro-Rangers.