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Chief of Naval Staff Meets Lagos State Governor to Strengthen Security Ties

ByWeb Manager

Aug 16, 2023

Lagos, Nigeria – In a significant stride towards bolstering security collaboration, Vice Admiral E.I Ogalla, the Chief of Naval Staff, embarked on a visit to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State. The rendezvous took place at the Lagos House in Marina on Tuesday.

Governor Sanwo-Olu, in an official statement, conveyed that Vice Admiral Ogalla took the opportunity to extend his heartfelt appreciation to the Lagos State Government for its consistent and unwavering support of the Nigerian Navy over the years.

During their interaction, Vice Admiral Ogalla reaffirmed the Nigerian Navy’s steadfast commitment to upholding the security of Lagos and the nation as a whole, with a particular focus on safeguarding the intricate network of waterways.

Governor Sanwo-Olu, in his statement, underscored the significance of this collaborative effort in enhancing the safety and well-being of both the local populace and the broader Nigerian community.

Babajide Sanwo-Olu @jidesanwoolu

“Today, the Nigerian Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral E.I Ogalla, paid me a visit at the Lagos House, Marina.

“During the visit, Vice Admiral Ogalla expressed his heartfelt gratitude to the Lagos State Government for our unwavering support of the Nigerian Navy throughout the years.

“He reaffirmed the Nigerian Navy’s unwavering dedication to ensuring the security of both Lagos and Nigeria through vigilant protection of the waterways.

“I conveyed my confidence in Vice Admiral Ogalla, emphasizing that Lagos would greatly benefit from his leadership. I also expressed our firm commitment to eradicating any form of illegality within the state, which underscores the importance of upholding law and order for the benefit of all residents.”

This meeting symbolizes a concerted endeavor to fortify security measures and strengthen the bond between the Nigerian Navy and Lagos State.

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