High-Level Meetings Foster Collaboration Between Nigerian Security Agencies

In a recent development, details of a significant meeting between the Acting Inspector General of Police, Olukayode Egbetokun, and the Acting Comptroller General of the Nigerian Customs Service, Adewale Adeniyi, have emerged.


The meeting took place at the Louis Edet House, Force Headquarters, Abuja, as revealed in a statement by the spokesman of the Force, Olumuyiwa Adejobi.

The primary objective of this gathering was to explore ways to enhance cooperation and collaboration across all aspects of their respective operations, with a particular focus on border control.

Strengthening Ties and Operational Coordination

The discussions during the meeting centered on several crucial areas.

First and foremost, the leaders sought to establish joint training programs, enabling both agencies to develop their personnel’s capabilities effectively.


By sharing knowledge and expertise, they aimed to improve their investigation techniques, ultimately leading to more effective law enforcement efforts.

Additionally, the meeting emphasized the importance of fostering a mutually beneficial working relationship that would contribute to the betterment of internal security within the nation.

Visit to the Police Service Commission Chairman

As part of the efforts to enhance cooperation within Nigeria’s security apparatus, Olukayode Egbetokun paid a visit to the Chairman of the Police Service Commission, Solomon Arase, at the commission’s Corporate Headquarters in Jabi, Abuja.

During this visit, crucial issues aimed at bolstering the mutual relationship between the Police Force and the commission were discussed.

Emphasizing Cooperation and Coordination

In their productive discussions, both the Inspector General and the PSC Chairman emphasized the significance of cooperation and coordination between different agencies to ensure the effective delivery of law enforcement services.


Their shared vision aimed to uphold the principles of justice and safety for all citizens, contributing to the overall security architecture of the nation.

By promoting efficient crime prevention strategies and working together seamlessly, they sought to ensure the safety and well-being of every citizen.


The recent meetings between the Acting Inspector General of Police and the Acting Comptroller General of the Nigerian Customs Service, as well as with the Chairman of the Police Service Commission, signify a notable effort to enhance collaboration within Nigeria’s security landscape.

By focusing on joint training programs, improved investigation techniques, and the establishment of a strong working relationship, the agencies aim to foster a safer and more secure environment for all citizens.

This collaborative approach sets the stage for better policing services and administration in the country, bringing together the expertise and resources of different agencies to address security challenges effectively.


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