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Thursday, 19 November 2015

Security Issues - Ambode vows to Tackle Insecurity in Lagos.

Kandywandy - 00:06:00
Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode on Tuesday evening restated his commitment to protect the lives and property of the people of the State, just as he assured that security remains an important area of focus for his administration.
Governor Ambode, who spoke in Lagos at a dinner organised in honour of outgoing and incoming members of the Board of the Lagos State Security Trust Fund (LSSTF) said there was a serious need for the private sector to scale up their support towards government’s effort to tackle insecurity.
The Governor said that with the reality that there are not enough security operatives to secure the State, the next level is to invest in the right technology which will help in the fight against crime.
Emphasising that the State needs close circuit cameras in all public places and data of all suspected criminal elements, Governor Ambode stressed that it was important for police stations to have technology to access data from all over the world so as to make the tracking of criminal elements easier.
Governor Ambode also expressed confidence in the ability of the new Board to build on the achievements on ground with the view to keeping Lagos safe and secure.
The Governor, who said the assignment before the new Board is enormous, however assured the members of the support of the government to succeed.
 

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