Kwara state Governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has reiterated that security is the business of everyone irrespective of religious, tribal or ethnic identities.
Governor AbdulRazaq stated this at the passing out parade of the final year and 43rd batch Basic Medical Qualifying Students Nigerian Navy College of Health Sciences (NNCHS), Offa.
Represented by his Deputy, Mr Kayode Alabi, Governor AbdulRazaq added that while the government continues to strategise and deploy resources for safety of lives and properties, citizens must be security conscious at all times.
“Do not hesitate to notify security agencies, traditional and community leaders of any strange development or movement of unknown faces in your areas. If you see something, say something and in good time. Together, we can keep our country and communities safe” he said.
AbdulRazaq congratulated the graduating students and urged them to justify the resources in attaining their dreams.
“Let me also acknowledge the various efforts and sacrifices of the Commandant and all the staff of the College. You have all contributed in diverse ways either directly or indirectly in grooming these young professionals who we gathered here today to witness their graduation”.
While commending the cordial relations between the Nigerian Navy and the good people of Kwara State, the governor gave the assurance of state government’s support at all times.
In his address, the Flag Officer of Naval Training Command, Rear Admiral Kamaldeen Lawal commended the graduating students for their resilience, sacrifice and willingness to contribute to the delivery of medical services to the Nigerian Navy and the larger society.
He acknowledged the support of the state government and people of Kwara, expressing the command appreciation for inter-agency cooperation and partnership with all stakeholders in the delivery of a secured and favorable environment for the good of the nation.