Thursday, 6 September 2012

LSPD (Lloyds' Securities: Private Detectives)

Guess you may be wondering what security organization am i talking about Its the name of the new 60 paged action packed, monthly cartoon magazine...i can imagine the expression on your face right now, well yes it is a new cartoon magazine that would soon hit the shelves of your vendor stands, book shops and malls. It promises to be very engaging, educative and entertaining with segments that would excite you.
Sampson Afolabi-Johnson is the Editor in Chief of LSPD, he is presently working at Mnet, Tinsel (oh yes, he directs one of the best, if not the best TV program on air) as their 1st Assistant Director.
This is the description and breakdown of LSPD:
L.S.P.D (Lloyds’ Securities: Private Detectives), a private security organization broken into two arms –
Lloyds’ Securities: Guards/Escorts and Lloyds’ Securities: Private Detectives. They are authorized by the constitution to do the followings:
1. To investigate and operate within any jurisdiction in the country.
2. To make arrests, turn the culprit over to the police with proofs of detailed investigation. They need no arrest warrants.
3. To carry firearms and to defend themselves – at any consequence.
The organization employs over 2,000 highly professional and disciplined staff members. A Victoria Island based 7 storey 5-star edifice, tastefully designed and furnished with every turn of the eye telling you its Lloyds' Security.
A world-class structured organization with over 30 official cars, 12 police-bikes, 6 staff-commuting coaster buses to pick up staffs from designated spots around Lagos to the office and a helicopter that sits on the penthouse.
Guess you are thinking what am thinking! its going to be so exciting and crazy, i cant wait to grab one in my hands dont know about you...hehehe.
Now this is another good news for anyone that is an excellent writer, LSPD is looking for Columnists that would write on various topics ranging from relationships, motivation talks, entertainment and what have if you think you are up to the task contact the editor in chief via facebook ASAP.
Visit and like the page and also get first hand information on whats brewing...

Sampson Afolabi-Johnson the Editor in Chief

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