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Sunday, 27 December 2015

Ambode Lauds Rep Over Security Gadgets

kandy wandy - 09:46:00
Governor Akinwumi Am­bode of Lagos State has commended a member of the House of Rep­resentatives, Olajide Jimoh for donating security gadgets to various sections of the La­gos Mainland
Federal Con­stituency.
The governor, who was im­pressed by the gesture, stated that, “Jimoh’s initiative is the first of its kind in the history of Lagos State.”
Speaking through his Com­missioner for Local Govern­ment and Community Affairs, Musliu Folami, Ambode chal­lenged other office holders to emulate Jimoh’s efforts in view of the security challenges fac­ing the country, asserting that, “security issue is a collective responsibility of all.”
Jide Jimoh, who repre­sents Lagos Mainland Federal Constituency in the National Assembly, distributed hand-held metal detectors to all the mosques, churches, schools and communities within his constituency.
In his remarks on the occa­sion, Jimoh, who is a chieftain of the All Progressives Con­gress (APC), said “the gadgets
Credit:The Sun
will check, to a large extent, illegal entries into our com­munities, schools and places of worship.”
While stating that prevention is better than cure, the young politician was of the view that taking preemptive measure against crime occurrence was preferable to searching for so­lution to crimes already com­mitted.
Lagos chapter chairman of the APC, Chief Henry Oladele Ajomole in his goodwill ad­dress at the event, commended Jimoh for the initiative, which is in line with APC’s policy.

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