In the fight against terrorism within the nation, the Association of Industrial Security and Safety Operators of Nigeria (AISSON) this year organised a conference.
The President of Association of Industrial Security and Safety Operators of Nigeria (AISSON), Dr. Ona Ekhomu has described the bombing of Louis Edet House as a “satanic act of terror and evil personified”. He said the bombing was most unfortunate and constituted a test of the Nigerian security system.
The Executive Vice-President of the School of Management and Security, Lagos, Chief (Mrs.) Victoria Ekhomu has been appointed the Senior Regional Vice-President (Africa) the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS International) – the world’s largest professional security body with over 37,000 members worldwide.
The police high command has been advised to create an Association of Nigeria Police Professionals comprising serving and retired officers to provide professional oversight for the force, increase its accountability and performance.
“Security is a support service for productive, extrative, commercial or other activities. It does not produce detergents, television sets or cars. But it must be present for these things to be produced.” With these words, the Chairman of Transworld Security services Limited (TSS), Dr. Ona Ekhomu, stressed the imperative of safety in investment initiatives in Continue Reading
Security officers in Nigeria have been charged to seek more professional knowledge by always reading relevant materials.
The Association of Industrial Security and Safety Operators of Nigeria (AISSON) held its first-ever conference: AISSON SECURITY CONFERENCE 2010 held on the 17th June 2010 at the National Institute of International Affairs, Lagos-Nigeria.
Drug abuse is becoming a pervasive problem and is directly responsible for the increase in robbery, violence and youth restiveness being experienced today in Nigeria, the President of the Association of Security and Safety Operators of Nigeria (AISSON), Dr. Ona Ekhomu has said.