BY OKEDARA BANKALE
The Lagos State government has charged Law enforcement Officers to show professionalism and be civil in their interactions with the public.
Mr. Governor, Olusola Sanwo-Olu ably represented by his deputy, Dr. Kadri Obafemi Hamzat said this at the Y2022 Mandatory Training exercise, Passing out Parade for law enforcement Officers at Lagos State law enforcement training Institute (LETI), Magodo recently.
Governor Sanwo-Olu stated that this administration is irrevocably committed to upholding the tenets of the rule of Law and therefore will not Condone any form of harassment, arbitrariness, extortion from any of its law Enforcement Officers.
He Further said, the Government will continue to strengthen the capacity of the law Enforcement Officers with the appropriate gadgets and equipment that will enhance their efficiency and effectiveness while also promoting accountability and transparency.
Moreover, he urged all Lagosian to continue to be law abiding and support and protect men and Officers of law enforcement agencies in order to serve them better.
In the same vein, the Head of LETI, Mrs. Abiola Adeyinka in her words, congratulated the Officers from the Agencies on the occasion of the passing out and added that training is important and necessary because it represent a good opportunity and privilege for staff to grow their knowledge base and improve their job skills to become effective and efficient in the work place.
Mrs. Adeyinka laud the Lagos state investment committed to this training as worth while and its impact has become measurable by responses from the public. She said the recent positive development in the area of security have shown that despite the challenges, we can see a great light at the end of the tunnel and so, our dear Lagos is certainly poised for a new lease of life.
Present at the law Enforcement passing-out-parade were dignitaries and members of the Nigeria Army, Police command and Directors of Agencies.