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ODHA to partner law enforcement agencies on security

ODHA to partner law enforcement agencies on security

By Josephine Oguntoyinbo
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Ondo state House of Assembly has expressed its readiness to collaborate with law enforcement agencies with a view to providing adequate security of lives and property in the state.

 The Speaker, Mr. Bamidele Oleyelogun gave the assurance while receiving in audience the State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Undie Adie who was invited by the house.

 The lawmakers described his response as timely to tackle security challenges in the state.

  The state assembly noted that the police owed the House a duty to explain and clarify issues bothering on security in the 18 council areas of the state.

The speaker affirmed that the house will leave no stone unturned at ensuring that insecurity becomes a thing of the past in the state.

The Speaker who spoke through the Majority Leader of the House, Jamiu Maito emphasised the need for a robust synergy between the police and the people of the state at ensuring safety of lives and property.

  The state Commissioner of Police, Undie Adie thanked the lawmakers for prioritizing the safety of the people .

 He assured of the command’s cooperation with the state assembly to continue to fish out criminals  in the state.

 On the escape of one  armed robber in Ikare Akoko, he noted that necessary steps had been taken to fish out the facilitator of the escape of the culprit and his accomplices just as he assured that they will be punished according to the law.

 The Commissioner assured travellers, motorists and commuters of adequate security measures and presence of law enforcement agencies during these ember months especially on Lagos/Ore expressway.

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