Officer in Charge of 9 Brigade Nigerian Army, Ikeja Cantonment, Brig. Gen. A. E. Attu has assured leadership of Computer and Allied Products Dealers Association of Nigeria (CAPDAN) of adequate security from his men in the Computer Village.
Attu made this known when CAPDAN executives led by its National President, Comrade Ahmed Adeniyi Ojikutu paid him a courtesy visit on Wednesday, 22nd March, 2017.
In his welcome address, he congratulated the Exco for successful and peaceful election “I will like to say congratulations to you all on your successful and peaceful election which was conducted last year, you all have shown great sportsmanship for reconciling the aggrieved members,” Attu said.
In his welcome address, he praised the Exco for successful and peaceful election “I will like to say congratulations to all of you on your successful and peaceful election which was conducted last year. All of you have indicated great sportsmanship for accommodating the aggrieved members,” Attu said.
He expressed his fulfillment with the Exco for bringing back the Africa biggest Information Communications Technology (ICT) hub to efficiency and ready to deal with the arrangement of diverse ethnic groups.
“The market is vital to advancement of Nigeria economy and youth jobs. Computer Village has a considerable measure to do with security, we will attempt our potentially best to bolster you to succeed, we need you to give us physical intelligence, since it’s great to be proactive regarding security.
“Try not to hold up till there is issue, we have OP MESA to help you, we will expand the level of patrol in the market dawn and night.”
He likewise proposed that the market can be introduced with CCTV to upgrade security of the market and the operators.
In his discourse, Ojikutu expressed gratitude toward the OC for his tremendous support in wording security for the market and Lagos State when all is said in done “your cantonment has done well for us and Lagos State entirely, so we say a big thank you to you and your men.”
He additionally charged the military to be effectively required in the ICT security projects set out on by the association, for example, Phone Registration (FONEREG) which is setup to control purchasing and selling of stolen phones.