05 Jan, 2021

Prince Ifalade Oyekan, the Head of the Lagos State Law Enforcement Training Institute-LETI has applauded the Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu for paying Training Allowances to Officers of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority-LASTMA who attended the Annual In-service Training. 

In a an emotional statement released recently, the Head of LETI said this is a commendable step in ensuring the development of law enforcement officers of the State and hopes the Officers will reciprocate by delivering on their mandate in response to the Training at the Institute. 

Prince Ifalade who has always agitated for the payment of stipends to Officers who attend the Annual In-service Training in line with the State Government standards for it's officers in other services. 

He commended the Governor and the Management of  LASTMA for the gesture while he called on the officers to also deliver World class services as a reciprocation. 

Ifalade said, he is happy that the Government is responding positively to the yearnings of the Officers as he said, "we are delighted that Governor is playing his part in the rebranding of the Institute as he directed and we hope the Officers will do everything to encourage the Government to do more. " 

Prince Oyekan said the Y2021 In-service Training will be practical based as the professional Training method for Law Enforcement Officers dictates and enjoined the Officers to tap into the opportunities afforded them by the Government.