Security Committee

Membership:

(a) Lt. Col. (Rtd) M. G. Bisuga
(b) Col. (Rtd) Duro Oyebanjo
(c) Chief Dipo Oyewole
(d) Mr. Yomi Adebayo


2015


Funds are made available to Sagamu Security Council to support efforts at reducing robbery and crime of all dimensions, including cases of kidnapping which became rampant of recent. The Council has to give maximum support to the Security committee in view of the precarious security situation in the country in general and in Sagamu in particular. The increasing number of Banking and Financial Institutions justified this support.

One (1) Patrol Hilux Vehicle was donated to Sagamu Security Council.


2014


A budgetary Allocation of 20% was granted to Sagamu Security Council to support efforts at recducing robbery and cirme of all dimensions, incuding cases of kidnapping whch became rampant of recent. The Council has to give maximum support to the Security Committee inview of the precarious security situation in the country in general and in Sagamu in particualr. The increasing number of Banking and Financial Institutions justified this support.

1 Patrol Hilux Vehicle was donated to Sagamu Security Council.


2013


A budgetary Allocation of 20% was granted to Sagamu Security Council to support efforts at reducing robbery and crime of all dimensions, including cases of kidnaping which became rampant of recent. The Council has to give maximum support to the Security Committee in view of the precarious security situation in the country in general and in Sagamu in particular. The increasing number of Banking and Financial Institutions justified this support. We have to commend this Committee’s working alliance with the Sagamu Security Council.


2011 – 2012


A budgetary Allocation of 15% was granted to Sagamu Security Council to support efforts at reducing robbery and crime of all dimensions, including cases of kidnapping which became rampant of recent. The Council has to give maximum support to the Security Committee in view of the precarious security situation in the country in general and in Sagamu in particular. The increasing number of Banking and Financial Institutions justifies this support. We have to commend this Committee’s working alliance with the Sagamu Security Council. As stated earlier, the sectoral allocation is 15%