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NSCDC Ondo State command on red alert against Oodua nation agitators



NSCDC Ondo State command heightens vigilance against Oodua nation agitators

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) Ondo State Command has issued directives to divisional officers and tactical teams to be on high alert and prevent any potential incursion into the state by Oodua nation agitators.

Commandant Oluyemi Ibiloye emphasized the importance of vigilance during the weekly muster parade where the corps’ operations during the last Eid-el Fitr celebration were reviewed. He instructed the teams to also remain prepared for handling other miscreants.

In a statement released to the press by the command’s Spokesperson, Aidamenbor Daniel, in Akure on Monday, Ibiloye urged officers to maintain a positive posture in the performance of their duties. He reminded them of the ongoing political activities within the state and emphasized the need for professionalism and impartiality in their operations.

“The intelligence department, armed squad, counter-terrorism unit, rapid response squad, and operations are to be on red alert to ensure that the security breach that occurred in Oyo State does not happen in Ondo State,” Ibiloye stated.

He highlighted the urgency of the situation, especially with various political parties holding rallies in the state, attracting mixed crowds. The command reaffirmed its commitment to safeguarding lives, properties, and critical national assets, promising to take all necessary measures within the ambit of the law to ensure the safety of law-abiding citizens.

“For quick intervention and actionable intelligence sharing, the command’s quick response lines 08034027234, 08037871044, and 08032797388 are open for public use,” Ibiloye concluded.

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