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Aare Musulumi Commends Oyo CP, on Akinyele,Old National Park

The Aare Musulumi of Yorubaland, Alhaji Dawud Akinola, has commended the concerted efforts of the Police Force, particularly the new commissioner, Mr Nwachukwu Enwonwu, for curbing and dislodging incessant criminal activities in Akinyele Local Government in less than six month in office.

Alhaji Akinola gave the commendation at the weekend in Ibadan during a reception he organised in honour of the state Commissioner of Police, Mr Nwachukwu Enwonwu

He commended the swift response to the cases of serial killings in Akinyele and the recent operation launched against bandits at the Oyo National Park

Part of the statement reads; “You came at a time when things were very difficult as far as security is concerned in Oyo State, and I thank God that you have been able to face the challenge head-on.

“Coincidentally, an area where there was particularly a serious security challenge, Akinyele Local Government Area, is my home. But we give thanks to God that you have been able to combat the nagging security problem in that area,” Alhaji Akinola stated.

The religious leader reiterated his commitment to ensuring the security of lives and property of not only the people of the state but the entire South West region through regular support for the police and other security agencies.

In his statement, the Oyo CP. Mr. Enwonwu, who was accompanied by his wife, Mariam and son, Chuka; as well as the Commanding Officer, Special Protection Unit, CSP Yisa Moses; the Divisional Police Officer, Agodi, CSP Afeez Oyekan; the state Police Public Relations Officer, SP Olugbenga Fadeyi and other officers and aides, thanked Alhaji Akinola for the reception, stated that his has been working assiduously to ensure Security agencies are in control of Security issues in the State, adding that the state has experience relative peace within his four months in office.

On the final note, the religious leader urged the officers and men of the command to discharge their duty in accordance with the rule of law and fundamental human rights of citizens with no regard for nationality.

“What I expect from the officers and men of the command is to discharge their duties professionally, in accordance with the rule of law, and respect the human rights of citizens, whether Nigerians or non-Nigerians.

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