The General Manager, Lagos State Neighbourhood Agency (LSNA), Prince (Dr.) Ifalade Oyekan, has solicited the support of traditional institutions in Lagos towards the eradication of insecurity across the State.

Prince Oyekan made the call on Wednesday during the courtesy visit by a delegation of the Obanikoro of Lagos, High Chief Adesoji Ajayi Bembe, to the LNSA multi-agency complex, Bolade-Oshodi,  noting that with the state of security in the country there is a need for all hands to be on deck to ensure the security and protection of all citizens.

He said: “The sixth pillar of the present administration’s T.H.E.M.E.S. Agenda clearly states the vision of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu for a Greater Lagos, through Community Policing. As such, the Neighbourhood Agency is committed to the attainment of the noble goal”.

The General Manager also thanked the High Chief and members of the delegation for the visit as well as their unflinching support of the policies and programmes of the government, stressing that the present administration is determined to improve the social and economic lives of all Lagos residents.

Earlier, the Obanikoro of Lagos, High Chief Adesoji Ajayi-Bembe, said the primary purpose of the visit was to congratulate the General Manager on his appointment, maintaining that it was well-deserved and had already started bearing fruits in view of the improved security. 

Chief Ajayi-Bembe reiterated the support of the traditional institutions for the government of Mr. Babjide Sanwo-Olu, commending the administration for its numerous efforts and achievements.

While applauding the commitment of the officers of the Agency, the Chief promised that the traditional institutions will continue to cooperate with LSNA towards ensuring peace and progress in Lagos State. 

Other members of the visiting delegation included High Chiefs Waheed Yusuf, the Olorogun Agbeje of Lagos; Ismail Oladehinde Folaji, Olorogun Ide; Waheed Abiodun Ayeni, Sasore of Lagos; Omogbolahan Durosimi, the Suenu of Lagos; Ibikunle Bailey, the Oluwo of Lagos and Tajudeen Durosimi-Etti of Lagos.

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