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Police Take Step To Curb Destruction Of Political Campaign Billboards

Oyo State Police Command has reiterated its resolve to leave no stone unturned in its quest for the sustainability of the relative peace and tranquility enjoyed in the State.

The state police public relations officer, SP Adewale Osifeso made this known in a statement in Ibadan following reports of destruction of political campaign billboards in the state.

Osifeso said the Commissioner of Police, CP Adebowale Williams has ordered the Deputy Commissioner of Police in Charge of the State Criminal Investigation Department to commence full-scale investigations into the alleged destruction of the Billboards by some unscrupulous and criminal minded agents of mischief and anarchy.

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He, however warned Political Big wigs and other Stakeholders to put a leash on their overzealous loyalists and supporters who are driven by the ideologies of enforcing dominance and territorialism through needless aggression and violence.

“While appealing yet again to Parents , Guardians and leaders of varying degrees of influence to prevail on their wards against being used as Canon-fodder and destructive tools, the Command warns that anyone caught disturbing the peace or inciting violence through deeds or otherwise shall be decisively dealt with in accordance with relevant laws and statutes of the Federation.”

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“The Good Citizens of Oyo State are encouraged to provide credible and timely information capable of nipping crime at the bud to the Police with the assurances of treating such with utmost discretion”.



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