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Tuesday, September 21, 2021

ONDO CP: I went to Broker Peace in Government House

The Ondo State Commissioner of Police, Salami Bolaji has said that his Command will never encourage lawlessness in the State against laid-down policing rules.

Salami while reacting to a video on the social media platform of his purported confrontation with the Deputy governor of Ondo State over some number of cars, said the video is an attempt to foment sentiment and misunderstanding in the State.

He asserted that it is only apparent that the Police under his supervision takes decisive responsibility when performing their legitimate functions as prescribed by law.

This was contained in a statement issued by the spokesman of the state police command, Tee-Leo Ikoro.

Salami said he only came to the scene when his officers and men at the government house could not broker peace between the aides of the governor and that of the deputy governor over the number of cars the Deputy governor would drive out at the time.

According to him, it is only necessary that his presence at the scene as the Command’s Commissioner of Police could calm frayed nerves.

He also said, having listened to the reason for the misunderstanding, advised both sides to come to terms, a condition they both agreed.

CP Bolaji who said he has never been a politician all through his life and would not want to be dragged into politics affirmed that he is completely apolitical and as a police officer, his job is to protect lives and properties of citizens of Ondo State.

He therefore advised the good people of Ondo that as the race to Ondo government house draws very close, politicians with interest in the race should learn to play their game with the dictate of its laws.

The CP also urged their followers to shun any act capable of causing chaos or lawlessness in the State.

He vowed to secure Ondo State and its people with humility, saying” I will not allow the ego and sentiment of any individual dictates what form of policing style I should use. The CP warned.

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