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Hon. Taiwo Oyekan Partners Lagos Fire Service To Sensitize Residents, Traders On Fire Prevention And Safety Tips | Citizen NewsNG

ByCitizen NewsNG

Apr 20, 2024




Officers of the Lagos fire service

As Part of his Oversight functions and Community Intervention Initiatives,
The Deputy Leader of Lagos Island Local Government Legislative Arm, Hon. Taiwo Oyekan has taken a step further to organise Sensitization Exercise on Preventive measures for fire outbreak and Practical useful safety tips for Locals across the Island.

According to Hon. Oyekan, the exercise became necessary following persistent Fire Incidents on Lagos Island Local Government Area, Particularly in Market Places and Homes.

An Officer of the LSFRS Demonstrating how to Use Fire Extinguisher

“Specifically, this is to forestall future occurrence”, he stated in an electronic message,

The Community Development Crusader urged Residents and Traders to shun practices that could cause fire outbreak.

A Lagos Island Trader Putting out fire during Training Sensitization Exercise

The officers of the Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service was led by the Chief Fire Officer/Head, Monitoring and Enforcement, Mr. Olukotun Afeez.

While addressing the Traders, he outlined causative factors of Fire and safety tips while his Men demonstrated how to curtail it in Homes and Markets.

A Lagos Business owner putting out fire during sensitization exercise

Mr. Olukotun charged the Residents and Traders to acquire Fire Extinguishers and/or Smoke Detectors and install in their Homes and Business Premises.

The Fire Service Men and Team TAIWO OYEKAN visited Idumota, Docemo, Mandilas, Ereko/Martins, Balogun Markets and adjoining Communities.

The LSFRS and Team TAIWO OYEKAN jointly distributed Enlightenment Flyers to Traders, Constituents and Passerbys.

A female Lagos Fire service officer distributing Enlightenment campaign Flyers to a passerby

The Chief Fire Officer/Head of Monitoring and Enforcement urged Lagosians to call Fire and Emergency Service Providers on 767 or 112; Provide detailed information about the location of inferno.

Hon. Oyekan however reiterated his commitment to qualitative representation and Community Development.


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