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Police boss vows to make Ogun too hot for criminals


Ali commissioning the police station

Ali commissioning the police station

It was a joyous moment for CSP Oyeniyi Yemi John, the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) of Agbara Police Post and members of the Police Community Relations Committee (PCRC) in the industrial estate when the Commissioner of Police, Ogun State command, CP Abdulmajid Ali, at the weekend commissioned the PCRC hall built by Nestle Nigeria Plc. and the DPO’s office built by Procter & Gamble (P&G) Nigeria Ltd.

In his speech, Ali applauded the effort of the DPO for engaging fully with critical stakeholders of the community to provide a secured environment for the estate.

“I can see that the DPO is fully on ground. I admire the relationship between the corporate organisations, members of the public and the police.

This is what policing is all about. When police officers have the full support from law-abiding citizens like we have here in Agbara, security will be guaranteed.”

He added that the Agbara Division is on the A+ list in his book of records and encouraged the working relationship to continue. He also promised that no men of the underworld would terrorize any part of Ogun Stat, as they will be fished out from their hideouts and none would go scot-free.

Expressing her gratitude, a member of the PCRC, Mrs. Folasade Layeni, said Oyeniyi visionary leadership is idea behind the building of the PCRC Hall. She also confirmed that the traffic experienced at Agbara bridge was now a thing of the past as a result of his deployment of policemen to the troubled spot during peak periods. “If we have 36 Oyeniyis in Nigeria, our country will be transformed,” she said.

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