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DIG Oyebade visits Oyetola, says police will redouble efforts for peace to reign in Osun

The Deputy Inspector General of Police in Charge of Research and Planning, Leye Oyebade has assured that the police would redouble efforts to ensure that peace reigns in Osun States.

The DIG gave the assurance during a courtesy call on Osun State Governor, Gboyega Oyetola at the Okefia Government House, Osogbo following an attack on him, looting and vandalization of government and private property by hoodlums in the name of #ENDSARS.

Oyebade stated that the Inspector General of police has given order to the police to take over the space to protect lives and property of Nigerians.

He alluded that those who carried out the acts were not protesters and would not be allowed to continue unleashing terror on the society.

“Those outside now are not protester and we cannot allow them to continue that way. The IGP has given us the order to take over the space and we will communicate to members of the public on why peace must reign”.

“We will embark on consultations and meetings to engage the people. Where ever is a lacuna, we will fill in the gap. We are going to work in synergy with other security agencies, all of us must come together as one to assist in moving the state to the next level”.

The DIG who was a former Assistant Inspector General of Police of the then Zone XI covering Oyo, Ondo and Osun, praised Governor Oyetola as a man of peace and assured him of the cooperation of the police in securing the state.

Reacting, Governor Oyetola who commend his security aides for living up to expectations during penultimate Saturday attack on him restated that it was a preplanned attempt on his life.

“My instinct was telling me not to go there because two days before, we heard them shooting into the air. It was supposed to be a peaceful but when you are carrying dangerous weapon, guns, cutlasses, axes, it no longer peaceful. I thank God for saving my life”, the Governor explained.

He however extended his appreciation to the Chief of Army Staff, the Inspector General of Police, Director of DSS, the Air Force, Security and Civil Defence Corps and others for their roles in ensuring that peace returns to the State.

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