The Lagos State Deputy Commissioner of Police, in charge of operations Mr. Muhammad Ali Ari on Wednesday paid a courtesy visit to the Amir (National Head) of Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at Nigeria, Alhaji (Barr.) Alatoye Folorunso Azeez at the organization’s National Headquarters in Ojokoro, Lagos State.
DCP Ali who attends the organization’s medical facility in Apapa Lagos State – the Ahmadiyya Muslim Hospital Apapa was delighted to witness the same first-class medical services in Ojokoro. He thus enjoined the organization not to relent efforts towards humanitarian services to the people. DCP Ali also commended members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community for being role models and true ambassadors of peace.
The National Head in his short remarks gave kudos to the Nigerian Police Force for maintaining law and order in the State, even at the height of insecurity in the country occasioned by the Endsars protest.
Barrister Alatoye vowed that the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community will continue to support all security forces in the state and the country as a whole towards the protection of lives and properties.
DCP Ali was later presented with the Holy Quran and other literature of the organization including the 2021 calendar.