Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, security experts and stakeholders are meeting on November 24 to discuss measures to further strengthen security in Lagos, Nigeria’s largest economy.
Organized by the Lagos State Security Trust Fund (LSSTF), the annual event is the 16th in the series and will be held at the Civic Centre, Ozumba Mbadiwe, Victoria Island.
A statement issued by the organizers said the theme of this year’s meeting was “LSTF governance: Review of our activities in line with the TOPICS Agenda of the Lagos State government”.
“The main focus of this year’s town hall meeting is to look retrospectively at the development steps of the current administration in all areas of governance, especially in the field of security.
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Security issues have become a major concern in the country and by extension Lagos State and although security is under the purview of the Federal Government, the state government is ingenuity to reduce crime to ensure the safety and security of its residents. A business that develops in an apparently favorable environment deserves attention,” the organizers said.
LSSTF Chief Executive Secretary/Director General Abdurrazaq Balogun, according to the statement, will give a management report at the meeting and brief stakeholders on the agency’s interventions since 2019 to date.
The Foundation’s external auditors, Ernst and Young, will give an opinion on the Foundation’s 2021 audit report, while the Commissioner of Police, Lagos State Command, Abiodun Alabi, will report on the performance of the police, including their challenges. and achievements in the year under review.
“The event will attract security stakeholders and representatives from every sector of the Lagos economy,” the organizers said.