Nigeria, Canada seek collaboration on Counter Terrorism

Nigeria, Canada seek collaboration on Counter Terrorism

In continued efforts to partner various institutions, nations as well as local and international entities towards addressing violent extremism and terrorism in Nigeria, the National Counter Terrorism Centre, Office of the National Security Adviser received a delegation from Canada High Commission on 22 February, 2022.

Participants at the bilateral meeting

Canada High Commission was represented by Senior Project Manager, CT Capacity Building, MS. Wilma Eyang Endamne and the Political Councillor, Mr. Michael Murphy respectively, while the National Coordinator, NCTC represented the National Security Adviser, Mallam Nuhu Ribadu to receive the delegation. Other participants at the meeting were the Chief of Staff, Cdre BM Sule and Officers from Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism Directorate (DPCVE) at the Centre.

National Coordinator, NCTC, Rear Admiral YEM Musa (rtd) presenting a souvenir to MS. Wilma Eyang Endamne
L-R: SO PCVE, Bala Abdullahi; CoS, NCTC, Cdre BM Sule; Political Councillor, Canada High Commission, Mr Michael Murphy; National Coordinator, NCTC; Senior Project Manager, CT Capacity Building Programme, Canada High Commission, MS. Wilma Eyang Endamne; PSO PCVE Mr Dennis Ozioko and SO PCVE Mrs. Iye Mangset in group photograph after the meeting.
CoS NCTC and Officers from PCVE Directorate at the meeting
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