By on June 23, 2022 0 234 Views

Hon. Hammed Idowu D. Tijani (HID), as the chief security officer of Ojokoro Local Council Development Area, has sue for peace and stability in Ojokoro and Lagos State.

The Council boss made this call during a prayer session with the theme “Heal our nation” organized in conjunction with the Community Development Committee (CDC) which held simultaneously today in all the 20 Local Government Areas and 37 Local Council Development Area in Lagos state. 

While delivering his opening remarks, Hon. Hammed Tijani emphasized on the significance of the programme, which requires and challenges the political and religious class to stand in the gap for the people and offer solutions to either reduce or eradicate completely the various menaces, including insecurity, economic difficulties, and sociopolitical tensions, to name but a few, which has bedevilled our .

In order words, the council boss has also advised everyone to avail all security agencies of vital security information and also watch out for any suspicious faces, movements in the area so that quick responses and steps be taken to prevent negative eventualities, as the government should not be left to handle all of our all security challenges alone. 

He said “As we pray daily, let us remember Nigeria, Lagos State, and our beloved Ojokoro LCDA, the Land of Prosperity, asking God to heal our land and bring back lasting peace, love, unity, and peaceful coexistence, especially as we prepare to fully enter the electioneering stages and year”

Religious leaders such as Alhaji Ambali Lawal, Chairman of League of Imams in Ojokoro  and Rev. Adeyemo representing the Christian’s Association of Nigeria (CAN) Chairman in Ojokoro LCDA, Rev C.J Coker  at the occasion led a prayer session for the nation. 

Also present at the occasion are the Vice Chairman Hon. Oladipupo Coker; Community Development Advisory Committee Chairman in Lagos state, Alhaji Azeez Hamzat; HRM Oba Oluwalambe Taiwo, Oba of Ojokoro land; HRM Oba Saka Taiwo, Oba of Orile-Alagbdo; members of the Council’s legislative arm, some members of the Council’s Executive Committee and other major stakeholders in the LCDA. 

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