The Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has held his first meeting with the security council on how the administration can further curb insecurity in the state.
Africa News24 (AN24) recalls that during the visit to the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) and recent interdenominational thanksgiving organized by the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Sanwo-Olu promised he would be meeting with security officials today on how to curb challenges facing insecurity and create more policy advocacy
The meeting, which held behind closed doors, was attended by Secretary to the State Government, Mrs. Folasade Jaji, Chief of Staff Mr. Tayo Ayinde, Top Security Personnel.
Briefing journalists after the meeting, Sanwo-Olu said he is delighted with the swift response the security personnel have shown towards a safe Lagos and they have challenged themselves to ensure all forms of insecurity and crime is curbed.
“I am delighted I am receiving all of the cooperation from all of the various security formations in Lagos, and we have been in meeting for the past two hours at least, the height of it are all security related, we can’t mention all discussed cause it’s a security meeting, but just to assure Lagosians and the populist that very important issues were raised, issues that bothered on the safety of life and property,, current issues around cultism, kidnapping, robbery, pipeline vandalization, indiscriminate driving against traffic, issues around Okada driver amongst others”
Sanwo-Olu also assured that more advocacy would be done as a reminder on laws guiding Lagosians and Lagos would be a safer place for lives and property.