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Oct
2022
3

JOINT ACTION COMMITTEE IN IKORODU NORTH LCDA ORGANISES ONE-DAY SUMMIT TO TACKLE SECURITY CHALLENGES ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

383883i33n8272289992758540546 In communities today, aimless assembly of elements causing a nuisance in the community like yahoo boys, cultists, uncoordinated motorcyclists & tri-cyclists are deemed a major threat to the lives and properties of residents.
Poised to amplify security measures to prevent tensions and keep dwellers at ease, the Joint Action Committee in Ikorodu North LCDA organised a One-Day summit aimed at Managing Crimes and Security Emergencies in the Community.
The committee consists of 22 CDA communities; Adamo Phase 11, Akan-un Laara, Akan-un Lasugbo, Agunfoye and Olugbusi, spearheaded the interactive symposium on the 1st of October 2022, at the Royal harvest school hall in Akan-un Laara town.
With public and private security personnel in attendance, culminating proxies from the 22 CDAs, the program intimated to residents about n the significance of effective security and how adequate information flow can prevent crimes and lessen anxiety.
Comrade Adekoya Babatunde, Coordinator, Joint Action Committee, in his opening remarks stated that insecurity poses a major threat to peace and socio-economic growth not only in various communities but in Ikorodu North LCDA and Lagos State.
"Patriotic Nigerians can no longer be able to have their two eyes closed if they are unable to carry out their legitimate businesses to feed their livelihoods".
"It is therefore imperative that everyone irrespective of your profession should see this summit as a clarion call to mitigate every form of criminality to be reduced to the barest minimum or flush out completely".
Comrade Adekoya further expressed that a communique would be drafted out of the summit in a bid to upgrade security approaches across the communities.
"Ikorodu North LCDA had enacted a bye-law on the regulation of operations of local Security operative, Bye-Law which was gazetted on 4th May 2022 as an act on effective community security. I urge every stakeholder yet to comprehend the bye-law to get a copy of it" Comrade Adekoya added
The Keynote speaker, Mr John Oluwole, 1st Vice Chairman, CDC, Ikorodu North LCDA also Chairman, PCRC Imota Divisional Police Station, urged community stakeholders to support youths who are ready to work as a key factor to reduce social vices.
Expanding that the Police must be duly informed if communities decide to implore their local security agencies, to avoid cases of emergency where police enforce the law without prior notice.
He continued, "Residents must be careful of how they pass information around to maintain security ethics and prevent loopholes in combating crimes around the communities".
"As we are mindful of northerners carrying knives around our neighbourhood, we must also note that most of them were raised in that manner and should always be treated with vigilance without making them feel threatened or intimidated".
"Looking at the number of Okada riders in our society today, you'll realise that we now have a lot of Hausas with few Yorubas and Igbos in that line of employment".
"According to our indigenous youths, riding okada in their neighbourhood attracts little value and appreciation because residents know them, thus they've decided to work elsewhere".
Mr John Oluwole concluded that community leaders must work on different measures to empower youths.
Hon. Niyi Odugbesi, Secretary to the chairman, Ikorodu North LCDA (representing the Executive Chairman, Bldr Adeola Adebisi Banjo) at the summit explained his comprehension of the CDA/CDCs operations due to his previous experience as CDA secretary for 3 terms.
"The chairman in absentia also understands the value of the CDA and the extensive support he gained from the community, that's why he sent me to stand in the gap on his behalf".
"Community policing is intended to prevent crime before it happens rather than responding to crime after it occurs. It engages residents to determine which criminal activities they are most affected by, creating an accurate law enforcement priority list shaped by the people who live in the area".
"It encourages residents to participate with law enforcement to keep the community safe. That is why all hands must be on deck, and efforts gear toward ensuring the approval of community policing by the higher authority, due to the numerous advantages and benefits therein".
Hon. Niyi further stated that the community should build trust in the traditional police, seeing them as partners in crime prevention and fighting.
"With everything our keynote speaker has also said, it is always necessary for us to adopt measures that will aid in effective security in our community. Like what I was told in my early school days, know now understand later, it's key to have security knowledge which will aid our level of awareness" Hon. Niyi asserted
The summit gave room for question and answer sessions, shedding more light on the bowl of view.

In communities today, aimless assembly of elements causing a nuisance in the community like yahoo boys, cultists, uncoordinated motorcyclists & tri-cyclists are deemed a major threat to the lives and properties of residents. Poised to amplify security measures to prevent tensions and

May
2022
30

CHILDREN’S DAY 2022: REALERS INITIATIVE HOST 40 SCHOOLS AT IKORODU FUN PARK, MAINTAINS CAMPAIGN AGAINST DRUG ABUSE & SOCIAL VICES DURING FESTIVITY ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

7654rghu7E25153575457428287033. Over a thousand students converged at Ikorodu fun park, Itamaga axis of Ikorodu on the 27th of May 2022, as Realers Initiative progress its crusade against drug abuse and social vices into the children's day extravaganza.
Sizing up 40 schools across the waterbed region in Lagos state, the group remained on course amidst the celebratory season, admonishing pupils from numerous institutions on the dangers of abusing drugs and hanging around the wrong selves.
Also known as Real youth for positive Impact, the group in its consistent mission ably led by its founder, Oshineye Abolanle Ayanfeoluwa, educated youngsters on how to take advantage of the jet age with absolute focus and dedication.
The movement against Social Vices and the impact of the digital age at the largest fun haven in Ikorodu was well-received, approved and commended by Prince Akinola Odeyemi (CEO, Ikorodu fun Park), who attributed the group to their crusade against civil crimes. Intertwined with games and other entertaining activities, the group successfully committed the pupils, directly passing their message across at intervals.
Since obtaining its approval from the Lagos State Ministry of Education, the Realers initiative has successfully carried its march across Ikorodu North LCDA down to the central axis within the space of 2 months.
Touching on both private and public schools, the group has been in collaboration with NDLEA Ikorodu Area command, thrusting its connotation around the academic division.

Over a thousand students converged at Ikorodu fun park, Itamaga axis of Ikorodu on the 27th of May 2022, as Realers Initiative progress its crusade against drug abuse and social vices into the children’s day extravaganza. Sizing up 40 schools across the

May
2022
26

REALERS INITIATIVE & NDLEA IKORODU AREA COMMAND TAKES AWARENESS CAMPAIGN AGAINST DRUG ABUSE & SOCIAL VICES TO UNITED SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL IN IKORODU ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

3738832nn7053219761528359176 Touching lives and uplifting the destinies of the next generation can be described as the objective of Realers initiatives, a group who've been educationally traversing Ikorodu division for the larger first part of 2022.
Campaigning against drug abuse and social vices, the initiative has not halted a bit in its constructive crusade of consecutive arrangements to bring out the best of future leaders from their cradle level.
United senior high school was the destination on the 25th of May 2022, after the group alighted Oriwu senior and junior model college a week prior based on the recommendation by the Lagos state ministry of Education.
Oshineye Abolanle Ayanfeoluwa (founder, Real youth for positive impact Initiative) told Ikorodu News Network (INN) that the outreach is a continuous teaching program to checkmate schools, sounding the alarm to students against every form of social vices and drug abuse.
Ayanfeoluwa, who also acquainted the students with the essence of the program exhorted them to pay close attention to every teaching session in ruling for the pupils to prosper thereafter.
Lieutenant Shokeye Michael old student of the school, assisted the student in reciting the school's National Anthem and also engaged them in not falling prey to cultism and its dubious acts.
Mike Ibikunle, a member of the Executive Board of Trustees for Real Youth for Positive Impact Initiative, took over the round in encouraging the students to spend more time studying and less time watching TV.
Mike Ibikunle continued, "you will become more of what you see, so it's best to spend more time growing yourself intellectually rather than wasting it on things that are not relevant to your future aspirations".
"Just like the saying, it is how you dress you'll be addressed", as students you must be careful of the kind of friends you keep because everyone has a different destination in life".
"A modest student is a result of personal determination and commitment, so everyone who wants to become great in life must start by taking self austere decision to stand out" Mike Ibikunle asserted
Delegates from the NDLEA was not left behind as Assistant Commander of Narcotics, Mrs Sanni Oluwaranti (ACN) in charge of Drug Demand Reduction Units of Ikorodu Area Command, urged students to avoid peer pressure, which is one of the major cause of adopting the use of drugs without a doctors prescription. Mrs Sanni strongly cautioned the pupils to avoid hanging around the school premises after school duration, she advised them to go home and spend time with their families instead of constituting nuisance thereby falling victims to cultism and drug users.
She was later assisted by Tope Ologbe (NDLEA staff) who further engaged the students on the consequences of abusing drugs.
Others in attendance include; Principal Mrs Odetola B.A, Vice Principal Academics Ajuwon O.M, Vice President Admin, Mrs Agboola, HOD Science Department and Mrs Akinwoye.

Touching lives and uplifting the destinies of the next generation can be described as the objective of Realers initiatives, a group who’ve been educationally traversing Ikorodu division for the larger first part of 2022. Campaigning against drug abuse and social vices, the

May
2022
21

EDUCATION DISTRICT 2, NDLEA, AKEEM BELLO, OTHERS, LAUDS REALERS INITIATIVE, GROUP TAKES CAMPAIGN AGAINST DRUG ABUSE & SOCIAL VICES TO ORIWU SENIOR/JUNIOR MODEL COLLEGE ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

6544yhhji7E25094380811396076250. The Real youths for positive impact popularly known as the Realers initiative took its educational program against drug abuse to Oriwu senior/junior model college on the 18th of May 2022.
Charging students to desist from social vices, the group who has been touring around private schools in Ikorodu division, touched down at the premier institution poised for constructive effect.
Ably led by its founder, Mr Oshineye Abolanle Ayanfeoluwa (Founder / CEO of Realers Initiatives), the faction engaged more than 380 pupils (including Abdul Azeez Abdulrahmon the Lagos State spelling bee 2022 competition winner) of the school, explaining ways they can abstain from falling victims to the prevailing pestilence.
Mr Abolanle Ayanfeoluwa touched on the main effect of the digital age as an enhancement of social vices. Exposing the students to the dangers of social vices and the threat it has to their future. Abolanle sensitised the students further on the ways they can be good ambassadors of the country, thereby becoming who they aspire to become in life.
He continued, "How? And what are social vices? Social vices are bad traits and unhealthy and negative behaviours that are against the morality of society, which are frowned upon by members of society".
"Although, various factors and situations direct to the engagement of social vices, commonly trending in the society today is peer pressure, acting upon wrong information (false information from friends, wrong information gotten from social media, movies, and all the likes)". "And some other social vice causes are; poverty, mental illness, learned behaviours, inherited traits, broken home" Mr Ayanfeoluwa added
Both the Junior and Senior secondary school students of Oriwu Model College, packed the school hall to partake in the campaign/sensitisation against Social Vices.
Prompting the students to basic sobriety tests, Assistant commander of narcotics, Mrs Sanni Oluwaranti (ACN) in charge of the drug demand reduction unit (NDLEA Ikorodu Area Command), further orientate the students on the dangers of abusing drugs and its consequences.
Mrs Adegbite M.O (Program supervisor from the educational board Maryland District 2) who attended the program urged students to always listen to their parents at home and teachers in school, adding that the only way for them to prosper is by imbibing hard work and loitering away from every form of distractions.
Mr Bello Akeem (Principal, Oriwu Senior Model college) praised the initiative as a welcome impression to help students keep up alert in overcoming the numerous negative vices plaguing the world in recent times.
Mr Bello proceeded, "If we persist to whistle the buzzer just like this to the young ones, those who want to become great will adhere to instructions because what is going on presently can only bank on self-decision to prevail against it"
"I want to appreciate Realers Initiatives for bringing this awareness to Oriwu senior and junior model college, it is a feat that must continue if we want to adequately safeguard our future leaders" Mr Bello asserted
Mrs Adefunke Oluranti Esan (Chairman of all secondary schools councillor in Ikorodu) advised students to choose their friends wisely, adding that the type of friends harboured will equally determine the quality of life a student will have to live.
With nine teachers from the senior school also represented, others in attendance include; Mr Raheem A.M. (VP admin Oriwu senior college), Arole, Mohammed ACA (Rep. Com. M.B. SAROLO), Arole, Mohammed ACA (Rep. Com. M.B. SAROLO), Blessing E. Onyeike Checkers custard Marketing Executive along with her team plus Jesse Segla TOEMEK Water Manager alongside the sales manager Joshua Onabola.

The Real youths for positive impact popularly known as the Realers initiative took its educational program against drug abuse to Oriwu senior/junior model college on the 18th of May 2022. Charging students to desist from social vices, the group who has been

May
2022
19

LAGOS SCOUT YOUTH PARTNERS NDLEA & LAGOS YOUTH AMBASSADORS, CAMPAIGNS AGAINST SUBSTANCE ABUSE ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

88765gjiibv7E28963165372663932517. Lagos scout youth Department successfully held her first youth summit, engaging young lads in collaborations with the NDLEA, Lagos Youth Ambassadors and others.
The Summit which is the first of its kind in the State Scout Council is aimed at brainstorming with the Youths, especially on the surging cases of social vices and challenges facing them as members of the amiable Scout Association with the ambition of proffering solutions to the detected challenges.
The program ensued on Saturday 7th May 2022 at the Conference Room of the State Scout Headquarters, Lagos State Scout Council, 1, Scout way, Ogudu, Ojota, Lagos.
Themed, “The Time is Now”, All Youth members of the Lagos State Scout Youth Forum were occupied with a lecture delivery on the Topic; “Substance Abuse & The Youths”.
Assistant Commander of Narcotics Sanni Oluwaranti (ACN) in charge of Drug Demand Reduction Units of Ikorodu Area Command Kasolori, Ikorodu Lagos pointed out the Role of Scouters at their various Local Association (LA) and as a youth, asserting their functions as peer educator using their peer Leverage positively.
Indicating that the youths of their various Community live healthy lifestyles without drug abuse, and in a situation where anyone has become a victim of Substance abuse that they should try their possible best to enlighten them to seek help for treatment and they should do away with Stigma among those who are experiencing Substance Use Disorders (SUDs). She encouraged them to start public awareness and Enlightenment Programs within the community now that June 26th is around the corner which is the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Trafficking. She stated that they should ensure full participation of youths and the Community leader's Involvement in the success of the program. In the same vein, Kehinde Adewuyi (CSN) in charge of the investigation spoke extensively on modes of Operandi of the job and professionalism and as well the legal implications of Involvement of being a drug peddler, distributor and drug dealer. Hence, he affirmatively discouraged youths not to involve in the drug business either online or offline and as well trafficking drugs. Above all, he encourages youths to know the child of whom they are and asks them to learn a genuine and good trade now that the school is on strike.
Ambassador Funmilayo gave her lecture also on creative thinking. Emphasize various ways youth can think out of the box and be successful without engaging in crime. At the end of the Sensitisation awareness program, The Bariga Artist forum showcases their talents with Eyo Dance Presentation as a mode of entertainment which was fantastic. After Engr Oyetayo, National Head Quarter Commissioner (NHQ) for youths engaged the youth in another fun-filled lecture where he spoke to the youth about Etiquette, public behaviour and images in society. The State Head Quarter Commissioner (SHQ) for youth introduced his Assistant State Head Quarter (ASHQ) for youth in person of Mrs Ajibodu Temidayo Janet to the youths. After the briefs and subsequent lectures, the vote of thanks was given by one of the Scouters.

Lagos scout youth Department successfully held her first youth summit, engaging young lads in collaborations with the NDLEA, Lagos Youth Ambassadors and others. The Summit which is the first of its kind in the State Scout Council is aimed at brainstorming with

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