Why we honoured Lagos PPRO-Junior chamber international
By EMMANUEL UDOM
Junior Chamber International-Nigeria on Friday honoured Ngozi Braide, Lagos state police public relations officer for her outstanding performances in the police.
Speaking during the brief ceremony held at the Lagos state police public relations office in Oduduwa, Lagos, south-west Nigeria, Oyebanjo Okunuga, 2013 national president of JCI said that Braide was chosen due to hard work, dedication to duty and monumental achievements.
According to Okunuga, across the world, the non-governmental organization has honoured outstanding persons, from ages 18-40 years, who have served humanity creditably, well in various fields.
Volkan Ozturk, 2013 international vice-president for JCI said that the Nigeria chapter approved the honour, after Braide has met the laid down guidelines for the award of a plaque.
Briade, in her response expressed gratitude to JCI for the honour and said that it will encourage her to work harder in serving the entire country through the Nigeria police force.
The event had in attendance, Mrs Janet Mba-Afolabi, publisher, Scroll-Nigeria magazine, who is also a member of the NGO, among other officials.