NEMA, Red Cross Hold Simulation Exercise On Emergency, Disaster Response

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The National Emergency Management Agency, (NEMA) recently held a simulation exercise to increase public awareness on emergency and disaster response.

The event hosted on the Plateau was part of stakeholders capacity engagement and coordination.

It was hosted at the instance of the Nigerian Red Cross Society to celebrate the World Red Cross and World Crescent Day.

Participants included the Fire Service, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, (NSCDC), the Federal Roads Safety Commission, (FRSC), the Nigeria Police and market traders.

This information was obtained from the official Twitter handle of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, @nemanigeria.

@nemanigeria wrote: “The National Emergency Management Agency, as part of stakeholders capacity engagement and coordination today held a simulation exercise aimed at increasing public awareness on emergency and disaster response.

“The exercise was held in Jos, Plateau State at the instance of the Nigerian Red Cross Society to celebrate the World Red Cross and World Crescent Day. “The participants included the Fire Service,

@nrcs_ng, @fire, @officialNSCDC, @PoliceNG, DSS, @FRSCNigeria and market traders.”

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