The Osun State Commissioner of Police, CP Olawale Olokode has assured residents of the state of adequate security of lives and properties ahead of Eid-El-Kabir next week Tuesday and Wednesday, July 20 and 21, 2021 respectively.
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This was contained in a Press Released signed by the Police Public Relations Officer, SP Opalola Yemisi Olawoyin available to SOJ WORLDWIDE ONLINE NEWS, http://www.sojworldnews.com
“The Commissioner of Police, Osun State CP Olawale Olokode, PSC, wishes to inform the general public that the State Police Command has put in place adequate security arrangements by deploying personnel and operational equipment to ensure that this year’s EID-EL KABIR is celebrated peacefully.
The Commissioner of Police ensures visibility Policing/security coverage at praying grounds and recreation centres as he directed the Area Commanders, Divisional Police Officers and Tactical Commanders to monitor and coordinate the personnel deployed for the special assignment to guarantee safety of lives and property of the entire citizenry before, during and beyond this festivity.
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To this end, the State Police Command urge the people of the State to comport themselves in accordance with the provision of the constitution. Just as they are on with their legitimate businesses, citizens are advised to be proactive and security conscious. They are to report any suspicious movement to the Police and voluntarily give prompt and useful information in case of any infraction of the law through these numbers: 08039537995 & 08123823981.
The Commissioner of Police, Osun State Command wishes all Muslim faithfuls and visitors to Osun State a joyous and peaceful celebration. Happy EID-EL-KABIR.”
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