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Col. Hameed Ibrahim Ali (Rtd). The Comptroller-General of Customs, Nigeria Customs Service Headquarters, Abidjan Street, Wuse, Abuja. Dear Sir, INVITATION TO NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ONLINE SECURITY REPORTERS, NAOSRE, 2020 ANNUAL DINNER/ DISCOURSE PROGRAMME The National Association of Online Security Reporters, NAOSRE, cordially invites you to our ANNUAL DINNER / DISCOURSE PROGRAMME for the year 2020. NAOSRE as a body of publishers and professional journalists with ample experience, expertise and credible media credentials from the digital and conventional news platforms with a membership of top notch media practitioners. It is unarguably, an association made up of the finest hands in Nigeria’s security reportage. The ANNUAL DINNER / DISCOURSE PROGRAMME is the association’s annual evening of get-together, in a convivial environment, to review security issues and re enact media strategies in playing crucial role of professionally bridging the gap of information between security agents and the public. The annual event holds: Date: Friday, December 11, 2020, Venue: Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, Time: 5-9pm. Practitioners from print, online and electronic media including stakeholders in the security circle are billed to be in attendance. Given NAOSRE’s robust relationship with the Nigeria Customs Service , the 2020 dinner would provide the Nigeria Customs Service the opportunity to assuage Nigerians, share conversations with journalists and other critical stakeholders as well as marshal border security plans and prospects in the years ahead. We are therefore, delighted to invite the Nigeria Customs Service Head of Public Relations to attend the occasion and deliver a keynote address. This will significantly strengthen NAOSRE’s partnership with the Nigeria Customs Service under your great leadership by amplifying your good work alongside other gallant officers who are providing border security and peaceful atmosphere for our country. To achieve this objective, we wish to formally request for your support to enhance a proper planning and befitting dinner night for the year 2020. While the undersigned is available for further inquiries through SMS, WhatsApp and voice call, please accept the assurance of our esteemed regard. Femi Oyewale President, NAOSRE

Stressing the Nigerian Army beyond limit—NAOSRE President “- The death of farmers in Borno State over the weekend at a time the country is grappling with the humongous challenges in food sufficiency, to say the least, is rather unfortunate.

 

   Col. Hameed Ibrahim Ali (Rtd). The Comptroller-General of Customs,  Nigeria Customs Service Headquarters, Abidjan Street, Wuse, Abuja.   Dear Sir,   INVITATION TO NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ONLINE SECURITY REPORTERS, NAOSRE, 2020 ANNUAL DINNER/ DISCOURSE PROGRAMME  The National Association of Online Security Reporters, NAOSRE, cordially invites you to our ANNUAL DINNER / DISCOURSE PROGRAMME for the year 2020.  NAOSRE as a body of publishers and professional journalists with ample experience, expertise and credible media credentials from the digital and conventional news platforms with a membership of top notch media practitioners. It is unarguably, an association made up of the finest hands in Nigeria’s security reportage.   The ANNUAL DINNER / DISCOURSE PROGRAMME is the association’s annual  evening of get-together, in a convivial environment, to review security issues and re enact media strategies in playing crucial role of professionally bridging the gap of information between security agents and the public.  The annual event holds: Date: Friday, December 11, 2020, Venue: Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, Time: 5-9pm. Practitioners from print, online and electronic media including stakeholders in the security circle are billed to be in attendance.   Given NAOSRE’s robust relationship with the  Nigeria Customs Service , the 2020 dinner would provide the Nigeria Customs Service the opportunity to assuage Nigerians, share conversations with journalists and other critical stakeholders as well as marshal border security plans and prospects in the years ahead.  We are therefore, delighted to invite the  Nigeria Customs Service Head  of Public Relations to attend the occasion and deliver a keynote address.  This will significantly strengthen NAOSRE’s  partnership with the Nigeria Customs Service under your great leadership by amplifying your good work alongside other gallant officers who are providing border security and peaceful atmosphere for our country.    To achieve this objective, we wish to formally request for your support to enhance a proper planning and befitting dinner night for the year 2020.   While the undersigned is available for further inquiries through SMS, WhatsApp and voice call, please accept the assurance of our esteemed regard.  Femi Oyewale President, NAOSRE

 

This is the remarks of Oyewale Femi, President National Association of Online Security Reporters, NAOSRE, who, in a statement on Monday, lamented the death of the innocent and unsuspecting farmers in Borno State.

 

 

 

In the statement, Oyewale pointed out the recent unprecedented rainfalls that over flooded farm lands in some parts of the northern region, a development that would orchestrated food scarcity in the months ahead.

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He however, takes serious exception to the calls, in certain quarters, for the sack of service chiefs.

 

 

He pointed out the Nigerian Army is currently over strected as it engages Boko Haram in north east, tackles bandits in kaduna, kastina, Adamawa, Sokoto, Niger as well as fights Biafra separatist, kidnappers, killer herdsmen, cow rostllers and cultists.
Said he: “The National Association of Online Security Reporters, NAOSRE, has been working closely with operatives in the military and to the best of our understating, the military is not only underfunded but its personnel are over stretched.

 

 

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“The call for the sack of service chiefs, therefore, is uncalled for. Rather, such efforts should be channeled at persuading the government to increase the funding of the military,” he solicited.
Above all, Oyewale stressed the need for additional enlistment of able young men and women into the military saying that “with a population of over 200 million, the numerical strength of our military personnel, in comparison to the population, is incongruous.”

 

 

 

He added that other military and paramilitary formations should be well equipped to live up to their responsibilities in providing internal security while the army concentrates on border and external intrusion.

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