NSCDC Boss Urges Officers To Maintain Good Relationship With Their Family

By Taiwo Ogunniyi

Cross section of men and officers at the seminar

Kwara State Commandant, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, (NSCDC), Makinde Iskil Ayinla, has called on officers and men of the corps to maintain good relationship with their spouses and children to ensure psychological and professional efficency.

The Commandant stated this at the command”s headquarters in Ilorin on Thursday during a marriage and relationship seminar organized for the male and female officers of the corps.

Accordinf to him, by doing so, they would go a long way in boosting their psychological and professional efficiency and also help them to discharge their duties more effectively.

This was contained in a statement by the spokesman of the NSCDC in Kwara State, Babawale Zaid Afolabi, in Ilorin.

He said the resource person was Malam Abdulsalam Tolani (LL.M) a law teacher at crescent university and founder Bintu Rosuul (Memorial) orphanage home, Offa, kwara state.

He was invited to do justice to the lecture titled ‘Dyslexial, Marriage and Philosophy of Happiness with main thrust centred on how pshychological well being of husband, wife and children is key to the overall performances of all of them

The resource person, who define dyslexia as specific learning and reading disability that affects the skills involved in accurate reading and spelling, thereby making the person affected to always be in need of special attention.

He disclosed that while dyslexial primarily affects the children but can continue into the adulthood if not properly managed.

He explained further that it is when husband or wife or the kids is dyslexic that affect the matrimonial home and the relationship as there will be communication breakdown majorly because of the genetic and neurological implications of the dyslexia

The resource person, however, advised the officers and men of the corps to avoid sepration and divorce at all cost as this will lead to broken home and has collateral damage in the lives of the children.

Edited by Felix Ajide