YSR COMPANY LIMITED PARTNERS NSCDC LAGOS STATE COMMAND BADAGRY DIVISION.
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Badagry Division receives morale boost, with princess paints from YSR company limited.
The Badagry division of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps ( NSCDC ), Lagos State Command, led by its sedulous Divisional Officer, Chief Superintendent of Corps ( CSC ) Akinyemi Rasheed Ayodeji, receives Mr Oluwatayo John Akindele and some other senior staff, of YSR company limited, today, Tuesday, 11th October, 2022, at the headquarters of the division, in Ibereko, Badagry, Lagos.
The Manager of YSR company limited, Mr Oluwatayo John Akindele, while delivering his speech, during the visit, said, “YSR company limited is the manufacturer of Princess , Honey and Magic paints and as such, the company deems it necessary, to contribute its quota to the development of the Corps, by gifting the Badagry division some big plastic buckets of Princess Paints, in order to wear the division a new look and boost the morale of officers.”
According to the report gathered from the visit, today, the YRS company limited also seizes the opportunity, of the visit, to announce their continuous partnership, with the division and promises to always render their unflinching support, to the Badagry division, at any point in time.
The Badagry Divisional Officer, CSC Akinyemi Rasheed Ayodeji, on behalf of the Commandant, NSCDC, Lagos State Command, Commandant of Corps ( CC ) Edenabu Okoro Eweka, msc, acma, cna and the entire management staff of the Command, Badagry division and the gallant officers and men, seizes the opportunity, to extol the company for their good and laudable gesture to the division and looks forward to maintain quality relationship with the company and other relevant stakeholders in the area.
Finally, he further promises that he will do his best to make judicious use of the items and give the division a good and sterling look. He also reiterates that the gesture is also a morale booster for his officers and men and it will spur them to turn in much more efforts, in a bid to eradicate illegal oil dealings and other heinous crimes prone to the area.