Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State on Monday, inspected the safety joint base positioned at Mamu Village on the Oyo/Ogun state border.
DAILY POST gathered that the inspection was one of many efforts to sort out insecurity in across the state.
Our correspondent additional noticed that the safety base was established to sort out insecurity, particularly circumstances of kidnapping alongside the Ibadan/Ijebu-Ode highway of the state.
Makinde, whereas talking throughout the go to, promised to safe all entry and exit factors into the state.
The governor, whereas inspecting the bottom positioned at Mamu Village, Oluyole Native Authorities Space, a border space between Oyo and Ogun State border, mentioned that the bottom is a pilot challenge and that the intention of the federal government is to safe all entry and exit factors to Oyo State.
“This can be a pilot challenge and we need to safe all of the entry and exit factors to Oyo State. That is the border with Ogun State. If all the pieces works nicely, as a result of we have now CCTV Cameras on the market which might be being monitored from the management room.
“If something is happening right here, they will alert us in order that the safety companies can cope with the state of affairs appropriately.
“However for us, if we all know individuals coming in and we will hint them or if any crime is dedicated contained in the state they usually need to run out, we will activate the method whereby they are often apprehended on the entry/exit factors.
“I’ve all of the Commanders right here; the Commissioner of Police is right here, the DSS Director can also be right here, NSCDC Commandant is right here and they’re all working around the clock to make sure that the individuals of Oyo State are protected and safe.
“We solely must encourage them and that’s the reason I’ve come right here personally to allow them to know that we’re all collectively.”
Insecurity: Makinde inspects safety base in Oyo/Ogun border