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End SARS: Makinde to rebuild burnt Police stations in Oyo

Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State has promised to rebuild police stations burnt throughout the Finish SARS protest within the state.

The Governor made this recognized on Monday when he visited the headquarters of the Oyo State Police Command in Eleyele, NAN reviews.

He additionally mentioned that the household of the officers killed throughout the protest could be compensated from the N500 million fund earlier introduced by the federal government.

“The Commissioner of Police simply handed over a doc to me jiffy in the past and it incorporates the request from the Oyo State Command of the Nigeria Police; stations that should be rebuilt, logistics that should be taken care of.

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“I’ve not learn it, I stand earlier than you to say that every thing listed in it for us to do has been accepted and we are going to do it.

“The federal government has arrange an preliminary N500 million fund, the household of the policemen that had been killed shall be compensated from the N500 million and I pray for the souls of the departed officers,” Makinde mentioned.

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In line with him, the previous few weeks had been a problem for the Police in Oyo State and Nigeria normally, assuring that the Oyo State Authorities was solidly with them.

He, nevertheless, urged the officers to place behind what had occurred and return to work in order to not permit criminal-minded people to take over the state.

“We’d like your cooperation to make sure that arsonists, anarchists are delivered to ebook and I’m right here to work with you to make sure that the burden you’re carrying turns into gentle, ” he added.

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Additionally talking, Deputy Inspector Normal of Police (DIG) Leye Oyebade mentioned no matter occurred should not deter the officers from finishing up their constitutional tasks of defending lives and property.

“We have to transfer ahead, the statutory duty of the police can’t be given to another safety companies.

“Police should return and take its rightful place and make the state calm.

“We should work collectively to carry heinous crime to the barest minimal and we’ve to work with different safety companies,” Oyebade mentioned.

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