MILPOPROOF: TRACE Corps’ Commander pledges support, commends synergy

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.Cdr.Ogunyemi(7th from left)

The Military, Police and Para-military Public Relations Officers in Ogun State have been commended for further nurturing and promoting the already existing synergy and collaboration among the Services in the State.

TRACE Corps Commander/Chief Executive, Cdr. ‘Seni Ogunyemi, gave this commendation while hosting members of the Military, Police and Para-military Public Relations Officers Forum in the state.

Cdr. Ogunyemi, saluted the initiative behind the establishment of the Forum and urged it to use its closeness to the public, as spokes- persons of the services in the state to educate, inform and enlighten the people as partners in resolving safety and security challenges.

This he said would be in addition to intelligence gathering, so as to nip in the bud, criminal tendencies which sought to undermine the security architecture of the state.

The TRACE helmsman promised his support and those of his colleagues, as service commanders in the state, to ensure the success of the Forum’s aims and objectives, which is in tandem with the state government’s mantra of ‘Building Our Future Together.’

Earlier, in his opening remarks, the Chairman, Military, Police and Para-military Public Relations Officers Forum,  in the State, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, thanked the TRACE Corps Commander and the management of TRACE Corps for the warm reception and promised to uphold the already established synergy.

He also added that he would sustain the relevance of individual agencies and collectively too, in order to bridge the gap between the agencies and its publics for the overall security and safety of the state.

Members of the Military, Police and Para-military Public Relations Officers Forum in the State include the PROs of the Nigerian Army; Nigerian Navy; DSS; Nigeria Police; Nigeria Immigration Service; Nigeria Customs Service; Nigerian Correctional Service; Federal Road Safety Corps; Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps; National Drug Law Enforcement Agency; Defence Intelligence Agency; Federal Fire Service; TRACE Corps, Ogun State Fire Service and So-Safe Corps..

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