Lagos Police Commissioner, Adegoke Gives Stamp Of Approval To 2024 NAOSNP Events, Pledges Firm Action Against Crime 🎊 The Scoper Media 

Lagos State’s Commissioner of Police, Fayoade Adegoke, has given his resounding endorsement to the forthcoming annual Walk and Workshop organized by the National Association of Online Security News Publishers (NAOSNP), set to take place on May 21st and 22nd, 2024, within the vibrant city of Lagos.

In a commendable display of support for the crucial role of online security news dissemination, Commissioner Adegoke lauded the initiative as a vital step towards enhancing public awareness and collaboration in combating cyber threats and promoting digital safety.

Mark your calendars as stakeholders, industry experts, and concerned citizens unite for two days of insightful discussions, practical workshops, and a symbolic walk, championing the cause of online security. Let’s stride forward together towards a safer digital future.

Amidst the polished halls of the Police headquarters in GRA, Ikeja, a delegation from the Association, spearheaded by their esteemed president, Samson Oki, graced the office of the CP with their presence. Radiating professionalism, the members of the NAOSNP delegation, including the eloquent Public Relations Officer, Mr. Eric Elezuo, and the ever-diligent Adeola Oluwole, engaged in fruitful discourse with the CP, ultimately garnering his valuable endorsement.

In a heartfelt gesture, Adegoke extended his sincere appreciation to the Association for its commendable initiatives and unwavering support of security agencies, notably the Police, throughout the years. He emphasized his dedication to fostering a fruitful collaboration with the media, underscoring its vital role in promoting the greater good for society.

“I am completely in support, and will participate as we walk against cultism, drug abuse and domestic violence, a tripod stand menace that has formed the bedrock of crime and criminality in the society. It is my avowed commitment to stamp out crime and any semblance of crime in Lagos as long as I am here. Our results speak for themselves, showing how we have brought crime to the lowest level, and made criminals very uncomfortable in the state.

“We are not resting on our oars however, but will continue to make the state hot for criminals until they turn over a new leaf or relocate from the state,” Adegoke noted.

Mr. Oki, with unwavering commitment, assured of a meticulously orchestrated affair, embracing the invaluable collaboration of esteemed partners such as the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), and the Lagos State Domestic and Sexual Violence Agency (DVSA), ensuring a robust engagement from all stakeholders.

In a bid to foster responsible journalism and uphold national security, an upcoming event promises to equip journalists with vital skills. Day two of the event will host an engaging workshop focused on guiding reporters in the nuanced art of covering security agencies while safeguarding national interests. Titled “Report Nigeria, Rebrand Nigeria,” the workshop aims to inspire a narrative that showcases Nigeria’s strengths and aspirations. Through constructive dialogue and interactive sessions, attendees will explore ways to amplify positive stories while maintaining journalistic integrity. It’s a visionary step towards shaping a narrative that not only informs but also uplifts and inspires

In a swift and decisive move, Adegoke assumed the mantle of Lagos State Commissioner of Police in December 2023. With unwavering determination, he embarked on a mission to cleanse the city of its criminal underbelly. In just four months, his relentless efforts and strategic initiatives led to the eradication of countless crime backlogs, a testament to his unwavering commitment to the safety and security of Lagosians. Through innovative approaches and community engagement, Adegoke transformed challenges into opportunities, fostering a safer environment for all residents to thrive and prosper.