OGUNSAN TELLS HON. IMAAN SULEIMAN-IBRAHIM – ‘HELP THE NIGERIA POLICE FORCE TO THE NEXT LEVEL’ • Describes her as ‘changemaker, game changer’ who will reposition the Police

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OGUNSAN TELLS HON. IMAAN SULEIMAN-IBRAHIM – ‘HELP THE NIGERIA POLICE FORCE TO THE NEXT LEVEL’ • Describes her as ‘changemaker, game changer’ who will reposition the Police

By Oki Samson, Trek Africa Newspaper

L-R: Assistant Inspector General of Police, AIG Zone 2, AIG Ari Muhammed Ali; Honorable Minister of State, Police Affairs, Hon. Imaan Suleiman-Ibrahim; Deputy Commissioner of Police, DC State CID, DCP Waheed Ayilara; Deputy Commissioner of Police, DC Administration and Finance, DCP Khan S.U and Board Member, Lagos State Security Trust Fund (LSSTF), Dr. Ayo Ogunsan

 

 

The Board member of the Lagos State Security Trust Fund (LSSTF), Dr. Ayo Ogunsan has urged the Honorable Minister (State) for the Ministry of Police Affairs, Hon. Imaan Suleiman-Ibrahim to support the multifarious efforts of the Lagos State Government aimed at bolstering peace and security in the nation’s commercial nerve centre and West Africa’s economic hub, Lagos, Trek Africa Newspaper can report. He made this passionate appeal during the visit of the Minister to the Lagos State Police Command HQ, Ikeja, Lagos.

The visit was a part of the working tour of the Minister (State) for the Ministry of Police Affairs to the police formations in Lagos during the week. The Minister, Hon. Imaan Suleiman-Ibrahim was received by DCP Waheed Ayilara representing the Lagos Commissioner of Police, other senior management officers, PCRC Lagos executives, members of Police Officers Wives Association and widows of fallen heroes in the Command.

L-R: Deputy Commissioner of Police, DC Operations, DCP Fatai Tijani; Assistant Inspector General of Police, AIG Zone 2, AIG Ari Muhammed Ali; Honorable Minister of State, Police Affairs, Hon. Imaan Suleiman-Ibrahim; Deputy Commissioner of Police, DC State CID, DCP Waheed Ayilara; Deputy Commissioner of Police, DC Administration and Finance, DCP Khan S.U and Board Member, Lagos State Security Trust Fund (LSSTF), Dr. Ayo Ogunsan

 

During the visit, Dr. Ayo Ogunsan told the Minister, ‘All you have seen today is the true picture of what the security architecture is like in Lagos. We have a working and determined Governor who is very passionate about securing the state. I know you have been challenged, please as soon as you step into Abuja, let solutions begin to roll out to address all the issues you have observed.’

‘We believe so much in you and we are very optimistic that during your tenure, the condition of Nigeria Police will be better. By the time you leave the position, we will look back and praise God that a rare personality, changemaker, and game changer has come. I believe that is you. Please ma, help the Nigeria Police Force to the next level’, Trek Africa Newspaper can report.

L-R: Honorable Minister of State, Police Affairs, Hon. Imaan Suleiman-Ibrahim; Deputy Commissioner of Police, DC State CID, DCP Waheed Ayilara and Board Member, Lagos State Security Trust Fund (LSSTF), Dr. Ayo Ogunsan

 

Dr. Ogunsan continued: ‘You started a movement in policing in this country that no one has done before. You plan to tackle the problem from the foundation by going to the grassroots. I want to commend you for the passion and determination to reposition the Nigeria Police Force’.

In her response to the man she referred to as ‘partner in progress’, the Minister applauded the Lagos State Government for the efforts noting that ‘in the state that has the most commands, I know it will be a tough work. By my findings today, I know that we don’t only have the biggest Force in Africa, we have the best. I saw dedication, diligence, and commitment to Project Nigeria.’

 

‘I don’t know what we will do in this country without Nigeria Police Force. They have continued to hold this country together doing so much with so little. I urge you to continue because collectively we have so much work to do’, she told the policemen and officers of Lagos State Police Command.

Hon. Imaan Suleiman-Ibrahim added: ‘We all know what we need to do but the reason we have not done it is because it will cost a lot but it costs us more if we don’t implement the reforms. President Bola Ahmed Tinubu told us that we cannot continue to spend our people, we have to find the money to spend at the ministers’ retreat. Yes, it will cost us a lot but under President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the reforms will start.’

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