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NEIGHBOURHOOD SAFETY AGENCY HONOURS OUTSTANDING STAFF   

The Lagos State Neighbourhood Safety Agency (LNSA) organised an Award Ceremony to honour its outstanding staff for hard work, diligence and commitment towards the attainment of the Greater Lagos vision.  

The General Manager of LNSA, Prince Ifalade Oyekan, in his opening remark at the ceremony organised to show appreciation to deserving members of staff for their high performance in 2022, said Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has continued to demonstrate his unwavering support to the welfare and well-being of officers of the Agency, particularly in the provision of working tools and incentives.  

Prince Oyekan said the Agency took a cue from Mr. Governors’ initiative on staff welfare to create the Award and will always recognise deserving members of the Agency who keeps raising the bar through their performances.  

Admonishing those who are lagging behind to brace up and join the massive change and ongoing rebranding process at the Agency, Ifalade said the T.H.E.M.E.S Agenda is explicit on the expectation of the people and Government of Lagos State from all Agencies including the LNSA and its operatives.  

The Annual CEO Award is divided into individual and group categories. For the Individual Category, the Award for the Best Support Staff went to Mrs. Wunmi Fadairo, while Nasir Mohammed went home with the Best Individual Performer award.   

The Special Appreciation Award went to Sulaiman Olanrewaju Salami, while Officer Kabir Adelaja won the Meritorious Service Award, just as Ms. Atobajaiye Olawunmi was adjudged the Best staff of the Year 2022. 

In the group category, Mushin Local Government was adjudged as the King of the Night for its excellent Night Performance; Apapa Local Government was presented with the All-round Performance Award, while for Team Work, the Special Squad was adjudged the best. 

The Excellence Award went to the Human Resources and Admin Department while the Accounts Department was named the Achievers of the Year 2022. 

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