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International Security Firm, PSA Launches In Nigeria

International Security Firm, Protective and Security Alliance has launched in Nigeria to provide innovative crime prevention solutions.

Speaking at the launch in Abuja recently, the Chief Executive Officer of the company, Prince Frank Ekiudoko, said the brand was conceived and developed in Europe.
In his remarks, CEO, said the issue of terrorism, kidnapping, criminality and all kind of societal misconduct will be tackled accordingly by the agency, Personal Protection Service, Residential and Estate Security, Transport and Security Services and Security Consultancy Service will also be carried out by PSA Nigeria.
“According to survey carried out, petty criminals is the number one crime in Nigeria. So if we are able to tackle that area, then am sure all other crimes will be averted. PSA is actually new in Nigeria but we have been around other European countries. We are trying to launch in African countries and we decided to start from Nigeria. We can see that a lot of enthusiasm is coming from the law enforcement agencies.


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