Adeleke’s Inauguration: Don’t Dare Us,Osun CP Warns Criminals To Desist Venue - Mc Ebisco
Politics

Adeleke’s Inauguration: Don’t Dare Us,Osun CP Warns Criminals To Desist Venue

CP Faleye Reads Riot Act To Miscreants And Punishments Afterwards

As days count to the inauguration of osun governor-elect, Senator Ademola Adeleke, the state Commissioner of Police, Olaleye Faleye has sounded a note of warning to the class of criminals who have intention to disrupt the serenity of the swearing-in ceremony scheduled for osogbo township stadium on Sunday to abstain venue or face the full wrath of the law.

CP Faleye Announced this on Tuesday shortly after a Joint Security Council Meeting with the political stakeholders which held at the premise of the stadium in Osogbo.

Speaking, the police commissioner threatened to prosecute anybody who is caught with the intention to cause mayhem during or after the ceremony.He urged them not to dare the capacity of the police as strategic and security plans have been already set for the day.

“We have heard a lot of rumours and misinformation that the programme may be disrupted.Thus are coming in to take the park by force, burn party offices, tear posters.We just want to warn them, they should not dare us, and anyone who wants to foment trouble will have themselves to blame .

“We are aware that there are thugs and we’ve met with the two parties and they ‘ve assured us that nothing will distort Sunday’s programme.

“But the third party is spreading misinformation.We are equal to that task, as we have discussed in the meeting, we have mapped out our plans.We just want to sound a note of warning, nobody should dare us.

“I want to appeal to mothers and fathers at home , to warn their wards.It’s not business as usual. We know our job and osun state deserves better Security architecture and we’ve put that in place”.

In the meantime, CP Faleye reinstated the commitment of the police in the state to uphold her security architecture firmly and told the people of the state to remain calm, saying his men will be fully on ground during and after the inauguration to maintain law and order in state.