Lagos: Religious leaders call for cooperation btw law enforcement agents, residents

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By Demola Akinyemi

Lagos—Religious leaders in Lagos State were yesterday  unanimous in their call for  harmonious relationship between the law enforcement officers and the public.
The call  was made in Lagos during a community outreach programme organised by the Lagos State Law Enforcement Training Institute, LETI, in furtherance of the efforts  to stimulate seamless relationship between law enforcement agents and residents of the city.

The leaders include; the National Missioner of Ansar-Ud-Deen, Sheik Abdulrrahman Ahmad, former Prelate of the Methodist Church of Nigeria, His Eminence Dr. Sunday Ola Makinde, National Chief Missioner of NASFAT Alhaji Abdullahi Akinbode and Senior Apostle Adeniyi Ajibade who represented Pastor Gabriel Fakeye of the Cherubim and Seraphim Church, Ayo-ni-o.

According to Abdulrrahman, mutual understanding and acceptable communication is necessary for cordiality to exist between all the parties, saying that  failure to communicate properly can easily lead to misunderstanding.

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