New Lagos Police PRO bags Actors Guild of Nigeria Membership

Posted on March 30, 2017. Filed under: Press Release | Tags: |


New Lagos Police PRO bags Actors Guild of Nigeria Membership

In commemoration of the resumption of new Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, in office, the Actors Guild of Nigeria, Lagos state chapter has honored the PPRO, ASP Olarinde Famous-Cole, with a membership certificate.

The Actor Guild of Nigeria on, Lagos chapter on Tuesday paid a courtesy visit to the new Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, (ASP) Olarinde Famous-Cole.

The courtesy visit which was led by the Chairman of the guild, Don Pedro Aganbi was to commemorate the appointment of the new PPRO in office since his resumption on 15th of February, 2017.

During the courtesy visit, the AGN discussed challenges facing their industry as actors and seek the support of the Lagos State Police Command especially the office of the PPRO to help tackle these challenges.

“The Lagos State Police Command is also aware of the challenges faced by actors in Lagos state we are already on it; in fact we working tirelessly to curb these challenges, and we will see it through”, Famous-Cole said.

He also urged the AGN to work hand-in-hand with the Police force as their members as also role models to the public. He added that actors should try as much as possible to portray the police in such an image that will elevate the force as well as letting the public know that the Lagos state police command is always committed to serve and protect the people.

 

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