YULETIDE: SO-SAFE CORPS DEPLOY 1,000 OFFICERS TO STEM INSECURITY IN OGUN - AMEBO ONLINE NEWSPAPER

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YULETIDE: SO-SAFE CORPS DEPLOY 1,000 OFFICERS TO STEM INSECURITY IN OGUN

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The Ogun State-owned Security Outfit, Ogun State Community, Social Orientation and Safety Corps (So-Safe Corps) has deployed nothing less than a thousand Officers and Men of the Corps ahead of Christmas and New Year Celebrations across the length and breadth of the State. 

This is contained in the press release issued from the Office of the State Commander of the Corps, Commander (Dr) Soji Ganzallo through the Office of the Director of Information and Public Relations of the Corps, Assistant Commander Moruf Yusuf said that based on multiple Intelligence at our disposal, couple with records of black spots in various communities in the Gateway State, the  agency will embark on aggressive clamp down on criminally minded people negating the peace of the good people in the State, most especially the cult boys terrorizing communities with guns and working on getting more rifles for use during the electioneering period. 

Ganzallo assures the law abiding citizens in the State that the agency will ensure that arms and ammunition in circulation that are used to perpetrate one crime or the other are mopped up effective from Sunday 18th December, 2022 through January, 10th. 2023.

Ganzallo further enjoins the body of the Christian Association of Nigeria(CAN) in the State to take their time on various pulpits to instruct their followers to celebrate moderately and to ensure they follow all security and safety guidelines for safer and secure communities during the seasons.

Ganzallo said that the six Zonal and twenty-one Area Commands of the agency had been instructed to deploy the officers of the Corps to strategic places and that their Intelligence Operatives should be distributed properly to negate any form of crimes and criminalities before, during and after the yuletide seasons, while he stressed that no indigene or visitor should experience any form of crime with kidnapping not excluded.

Ganzallo further advised that the commuters , motorbike riders etc to limit their speed and exercise caution while coming in and out of the State. 

Ganzallo, Commander So-Safe therefore wishes all good people of the State, visitors, officers and Men of the Corps , the Corps Marshals, Honourable Members of the Corps Officers' Mess happy Christmas and New year in advance.

Finally , report all suspicious activities or contact the Corps Distress Contacts for useful information on crime and crime in progress on 08034681687,09069392064,08035479930

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