The Commandant Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps Lagos State Command, Commandant Eweka Edenabu Douglas Okoro receives the National President, Dr. Yekeen Adeboye, FSEA, and some executives, of the Society of Energy Administrators, in his Lagos Command office at Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos.
The Society of Energy Administrators is the umbrella organization for all energy service management administrators including energy operation service security and crime prevention in Nigeria.
The National President of the organization, Enerad Dr. Yekeen Adeboye, who was also accompanied by the Lagos State Coordinator, Enerad Oluwaseun Olukoya, mispon, msea stated that the purpose and objective of their visit is to create awareness about the establishment of a body for energy service management administrators for professionals who are interested to become members including Security Professionals.
To explore areas of mutual benefits and professional supports in quest to fulfilling the purpose of establishing the society.
To afford us the opportunity to emphasize areas of partnership and explore new opportunities in supporting good works of the Commandant’s administration.
The National President further stated that the visit was informed by the organization’s quest to ensuring Community Relations and Corporate Collaboration, with reputable organizations such as the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, especially, Lagos State Command.
The Commandant, NSCDC Lagos State Command, Commandant Eweka welcomed the National President and his team and vowed to support them in the areas of uttermost interest and mutual benefits between the Command and the organization.
He also advised the organization aforementioned above, to institutionalize the organization in tertiary institutions and the likes, so as to afford professionals to get involved and aquatinted with the enormous benefits they may stand to gain from being members.
Commandant Eweka Douglas Okoro, also used the opportunity, to affirm his dogged commitment to ensuring the safety, security and protection of lives and property of Lagosians in the state.