Ogun CP seeks cooperation of the military in crime fighting


The Commissioner of Police in Ogun,  Edward  Ajogun , on Friday sought for the cooperation of the military in its efforts to rid the state of crime and criminality. 

The CP made the call when the newly posted Brigade commander 35 Artillery Brigade, Brigadier General Adewale  Adekoya paid him a courtesy visit in his office at Eleweran Abeokuta. 

The Brigade commander, who expressed readiness to work with all security agencies in the state commended the good working relationship existing between the police and the military in the state.

He noted that such healthy relationships was  what the country needed to checkmate the activities of those making life difficult for the good people of Ogun state in particular and Nigeria in general. 

Responding, Ajogun enumerated the various achievements of the command in stemming the tide of crime  in the state such as recent arrest of kidnap syndicates responsible for series of kidnap cases within the state.

 The CP, therefore , reiterated the command’s resolve to work in collaboration with other sister agencies, including the military, in order to rid the gateway state of criminal elements.

 He noted that all security agents are working towards the same goal, which was  to protect the life and property of the citizenry. 

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