The Lagos state authorities stated it had paid 70 million naira in compensation to safety officers who had been killed or injured within the line of obligation within the state since Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s administration started in Might 2019.
The Lagos State Governor’s Chief of Workers, Mr. Tayo Ayinde, said this in handing over the N5m test to the household of a Speedy Response Squadron officer, SP Oluwatobi Peters, who died on energetic obligation.
An announcement on Saturday from Deputy Director of Public Affairs Sesan Awobadejo stated medical consideration was additionally offered to safety officers who had been injured whereas finishing up their duties.
It said, “The State Authorities offered the token financial help and authorities efforts to consolation the households left behind, sustaining that no quantity of economic reward might make up for the misplaced lives and bravado of the fallen patriots.
“The Chief of Workers added that this gesture was one among Governor Sanwo-Olu’s insurance policies to make sure the welfare of safety personnel for the efficient efficiency of their duties in defending lives and property within the state, which is on-line. with the agenda of TOPICS on Safety and Good Governance.
“It gave assurance that the state authorities would make sure the state remained protected and safe with far-reaching help for regulation enforcement within the state in 2022 and past.”
In his remarks, the Everlasting Secretary of the Chief of Workers, Mr. Olawale Musa, expressed the administration’s dedication to compensate the households of policemen who died on energetic obligation within the state.
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