Arase, Egbetokun, Ogunsan Lead the Surge As NAOSNP Hosts 2023 National Security Conference

The Chairman, Police Service Commission, IGP Solomon Arase (retd) will lead other dignitaries to grace the 2023 National Security Conference of the National Association of Online Security News Publishers (NAOSNP) scheduled to hold in Lagos.

The event will hold at the Civic Centre on Ozumba Mbadiwe Way, Victoria Island, Lagos, on Thursday, September 21, 2023 under the Chairmanship of the distinguished PSC boss.

Arase will also give the key note address at the event.

This will be the third edition NAOSNP is organising National Security Conference as the largest merger of Security experts and Practitioners under one roof, proferring solutions to Nigeria’s cyber, technological and physical Security challenges. The theme for this year’s event is: “Uptick of Lethal Weapons as Security Threat: Arm-full, Harm-full in New Dispensation.”


Other notable dignitaries billed for this year’s event are the Chief of Army Staff, General Taoreed Lagbaja, the Inspector General of Police, Kayode Egbetokun, LSSTF Board Member, Dr. Ayo Ogunsan, Acting Comptroller General of Nigerian Immigration Service, Caroline Wura-Ola Adepoju, NSCDC Commandant General, Abubakar Audi, Executive Vice Chairman, Nigeria Communications Commission, Prof Umar Garba Danbaba, Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrosheed Akanni and a host of others.

The conference will also feature a panel session that will x-ray and dissect present Security challenges, leveraging on the theme, and other matters arising. This session will feature the likes of MD, Safety Signatures, Dr Cynthia Gregg, CEO, Baddison Ventures, Matthew Ibadin, veteran broadcaster, Babajide Otitoju, Chief Security Officer, Airtel Nigeria and many more.

It is worthy of note that the NAOSNP National Security Conference has hosted the likes of former Minister of External Affairs and Governor of Old Imo State, General Ike Nwachukwu (Retd), former Inspector General of Police, Mr. Mike Okiro, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Bode Adeleke, former Lagos State Commissioners of Lagos, AIG Hakeem Odumosu (Retd) and DIG Abiodun Alabi among others.

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