Mr. Samson Oki, Public Relations Officer of The National Association of Online Security News Publishers (NAOSNP) has said that the Lagos State Police Command has always had dutiful officers in charge of its affairs.
Oki made the statement on Friday while felicitating with the newly appointed Police Public Relations Officer, Lagos State Command, CSP Adekunle Ajisebutu
CSP Ajisebutu’s appointment was announced on Friday by the immediate past Spokesperson of the Command, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, following recommendations based on positive service records and meritorious endeavors for public good.
Ajisebutu replaced CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi who had been promoted and transferred to the Force Public Relations Department, Abuja.
A statement signed by the Association’s Public Relations Officer, Mr. Eric Elezuo, quoted the National President, Mr. Samson Oki as pouring encomiums on the cop, whose antecedents in the force smacks of positivism with track records of intelligence and public engagements, adding that the Association welcomes the cop with gladness and pledges their continuous support while he performs his duties.
“It is on record that the Lagos Command has never lacked dutiful and diligent officers at the helm of its public relation desks, and CSP Ajisebutu is no exception. We are so blessed to have him as the PPRO at this time in Lagos State. There is no doubt that Ajisebutu is bringing his wealth of experience in various fields of policing to give the PR desk the best of shots,” Oki said.
“We welcome you sir, and be rest assured that our association, NAOSNP, well known and reputed for covering and reporting the Nigeria Police, research and fact-based security stories, will stand by you, and give you the needed full support in the discharge of your duties,” he added.
The new spokesman was enlisted into the Force on Sept. 1, 1988, and was the second-in-command, Area E FESTAC Area Command, Lagos State, before his new posting.
Ajisebutu was a one-time PPRO, Oyo State Police Command, between 2015 and 2019 and PPRO Zone 11, Osogbo, between 2019 and 2020, where he excelled. He is also a former Deputy PPRO, Ogun State Command.
He was a Personal Assistant to Commissioners of Police in Ogun Command and Personal Assistant to the Deputy Inspector-General of Police, Research and Planning, Force Headquarters, Abuja, retired DIG Leye Oyebade, in 2021.
CSP Adekunle Ajisebutu is an Associate Member of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) and member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police.
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Osun Governor, Oyetola meets security agencies over ‘insecurity’
The Osun State Government and security agencies met on Monday to strategize on the reported infiltration of the State by herdsmen, bandits and kidnappers.
As a way of tackling the insecurity and socio-economic challenges occasioned by the migration of some herders from other neighbouring states, formed the reasons for Monday’s meeting between the Osun State government and the security agencies were security issue caused by artisanal miners, thuggery and Cultism, Communal clashes, Armed Robbery, Proliferation of Arms and Ammunitions, increased cases of accident, labour union crisis and school protection.
The Security Council meeting took place at Government House, Oke-Fia, Osogbo, chaired by Governor Gboyega Oyetola.
Others present at the meeting are: the Deputy Governor, Benedit Olugboyega Alabi, the Secretary to the state Government, Chief of Staff, Deputy Chief of Staff, some executive cabinet members, Special Advisers and all Service Commanders attached to the State of Osun which includes: Police, Army, Air Force, DSS, Immigration, Correctional Service, NDLEA and NSCDC.
According to a press statement made available by the Osun State Police Command’s Spokesperson, SP Yemisi Opalola, Security issues affecting the state were discussed and solutions towards addressing them were fathomed out in the Security Council meeting.
Consequent upon this, the Police as the lead agency in internal security and all other heads of security agencies have mapped out security mechanisms to checkmate the criminal activities in the state.
It was disclosed in the statement that Oyetola promised to assist in providing a better working environment to enable the officers put in their maximum effort.
The Commissioner of Police, CP Olawale Olokode therefore, urged citizens of the state to support, collaborate and cooperate with the state government, the Police and other security agencies at making the state secured.
Earlier, the Police command had reported that, those abducted by kidnappers had been rescued, adding that security operatives were on the trail of the kidnappers.
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