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Thursday, 1 April 2021

Men disclose the opposition they face when people see them taking care of their children Some men who play active roles in caring for their children have taken to Twitter to complain about society's perception of their roles and how people seem to think it's unusual for them to be doing 'mommy's' work. A father, Damilola Praiseworth began by sharing how a nurse in the hospital saw him changing his son's diapers and looked at him with disdain while asking, 'why is daddy doing mommy's job? Please give the baby back to his mother.' He went on to narrate other experiences, adding that when they see him doing things for his child, they assume his wife is incompetent. He condemned this perception and said men should be as much involved in the care of their children as women and such men shouldn't be praised like they are doing anything exceptional. He wrote: 'It's sad to see that our society has given silly excuses for men not to be involved or responsible & instead focus on training women on how to cope with irresponsible men like there's no other way. And when they see a man who is loving & involved, he is perceived as a weakling. 'While there are irresponsible men, I have seen more sincere young men who want to do better & be more responsible but don't know how to start because at the slightest try, they get push back from society with statements like "Don't you know you are a man? Why are you doing this?"' His thread led other involved fathers to share their experiences. Read them below. Men disclose the opposition they face when people see them taking care of their children Men disclose the opposition they face when people see them taking care of their children Men disclose the opposition they face when people see them taking care of their children Men disclose the opposition they face when people see them taking care of their children Men disclose the opposition they face when people see them taking care of their children Men disclose the opposition they face when people see them taking care of their children

 

Governor Sanwo-Olu unveils body cameras to be worn by security personnel

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Wednesday March 31, unveiled body cameras which are to be worn by security personnel. 

 

In his speech at the unveiling ceremony at Lagos House in Ikeja, Sanwo-Olu said the use of body-worn cameras would improve transparency and accountability in the activities of law enforcement agencies.

 

The Lagos state Governor who also disclosed that he has approved mass training for the state’s law enforcement personnel on the use of the body-worn cameras ahead of the deployment of the digital tools for security operations across the state, added that it will put the state government in a better position to respond to security challenges in real-time.

 

Governor Sanwo-Olu unveils body cameras to be worn by security personnel

 

Sanwo-Olu said; 

 

”I am pleased to inaugurate the use of body-worn cameras by law enforcement officers in Lagos and this is a groundbreaking move to enhance safety in the state, as well as increase transparency and accountability in the activities of our law enforcement agencies.

”Lagos State has strategically set the pace among other states in Nigeria to launch the use of body-worn cameras by law enforcement officers.

”The security challenges in different parts of the country are worrisome, but with proactive action, the use of modern technological tools, and a mix of well-trained and intelligent officers, we will successfully combat many of these challenges.

”With body-worn cameras, our law enforcement officers are better equipped to protect lives and properties, thereby, making Lagos safer for us all."

 

The Governor also revealed that the cameras would help the state government to check abuse of power and excesses by security personnel, and the devices would be used for evidence sharing and intelligence gathering.

 

Governor Sanwo-Olu unveils body cameras to be worn by security personnel

 

Sanwo-Olu added; 

 

”I am hopeful that all officers will optimise the cameras that will be assigned to them for the furtherance of justice and improvement of the law enforcement process.

”Our government will continue to prioritise the welfare of our law enforcement officers whose pivotal efforts we acknowledge in the entrenchment of a safe city."


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