LSSTF BOSS, ABDULRRAZAQ BALOGUN HAILS MISS SECURITY NIGERIA; CALLS LAGOSIANS TO PLAY ROLE IN THE PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP
By MSN News
Secretary, Lagos State Security Trust Fund, LSSTF, Ada Nwankwo at MSN’21
The major partner of the maiden edition of the Miss Security Nigeria has given a pass mark to Nigeria’s first and only beauty pageant dedicated to security in the country. Bringing the goodwill message of the Lagos State Security Trust Fund (LSSTF) to everyone gathered at the Grand Finale which held last weekend, Miss Ada Nwankwo shared: ‘I congratulate the organizers of this event. We appreciate the opportunity to be a part of this.’
The Lagos State Security Trust Fund (LSSTF) which has been at the forefront of facilitating safety and security in Lagos state as an interventionist agency has financially supported the beauty pageant on the premise that it provides a huge security advocacy platform to reach Nigerian youths. The huge influence that entertainment and celebrity status has among young people cannot but be highlighted. The Miss Security Nigeria intends to make Nigerian youths see security as a matter of priority.
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The 13-year old highly accountable and autonomous agency is run by the Executive Secretary/CEO, Dr. Abdulrrazaq Balogun with only 8 members of staff wants every well-meaning individual and corporate organization that ply their trade in Lagos to complement the efforts of the organization financially.
Miss Ada Nwankwo used the opportunity to appeal to the general public. She remarked: ‘LSSTF is a public-private partnership. We understand that security is our responsibility. We have to ensure that we achieve safety and security in Lagos state.’