Director General, Mallam Lanre Issa-Onilu, recently embarked on a significant visit to Commissioner of Police Olaiya Victor Mobolaji in Kwara State, North Central Nigeria. The purpose of this visit was to discuss and reinforce the crucial role of effective communication in maintaining law and order within the society.
During their engaging conversation, Director General Lanre Issa-Onilu highlighted NOA’s upcoming campaign aimed at orientating Nigeria on the importance of upholding law and order. The emphasis was on fostering a sense of patriotism, national unity, and overall societal development.
Commissioner Olaiya Victor Mobolaji acknowledged the commendable efforts of the police force in effectively communicating with the public. Notably, he mentioned the establishment of a newly created school of media training, an initiative that seeks to enhance communication strategies within the force. In an encouraging move, NOA expressed its commitment to join forces with the police in training the school’s pupils, emphasizing the collaborative approach toward strengthening the nation’s security fabric.
Furthermore, Commissioner Mobolaji commended NOA Kwara for its continuous intelligence sharing, recognizing its instrumental role in supporting police investigations and crime-curbing activities. The mutual exchange of information was underscored as a vital component in the collective efforts to combat crime and maintain public safety.
This strategic partnership between NOA and the Police Force reflects a synergistic approach to address societal challenges and contribute to the overall growth of Nigeria. The shared vision of fostering lawfulness, patriotism, and national development is poised to make a positive impact on the well-being of the Nigerian society.