60 families of deceased NSCDC personnel get N200 million life insurance benefits
Sixty families of deceased personnel of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) on Wednesday received over N200 million as life insurance benefits.
Distributing the money to the beneficiaries whose families died in active service in Abuja, Commandant General of the Corps, Dr. Ahmed Audi, said the 60 families were the first tranche of life insurance benefits rolled out, promising that the agency was working to ensure that all those that are entitled to such benefits are captured and attended to accordingly.
Audi disclosed that the roll out of the tranches of beneficiaries covered as early as 2004 to date and as part of the agency’s drive to make the welfare of officers a priority; and that every officer gets what is due to him or her.
He said: “Today, we are celebrating our colleagues who died in the line of duty while serving meritoriously for years. Today, we recognize all the efforts they have put in while they were in service by giving their life insurance to their next of kin.
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