OOU Closure: Ogun CP Reads Riot Act To Students


Following the closure of the Olabisi Onabanju University as directed by the Ogun State Government, the Commissioner of Police, CP Ikemefuna Okoye has read the riot act to students of the institution. The CP made it known that the police would not tolerate any breakdown of law and order.
Street Journal found out that officers and men of the Ogun State Police Command have been put on red alert to forestall any violence or breakdown of law and order in the state.
The spokesman of the command, DSP Muyiwa Adejobi disclosed that “CP Okoye has directed all Area Commanders and Divisional Police Officers as well as heads of departments to be on ground and make sure adequate security is provided within the state as any students’ gathering or protest or procession after the closure of Olabisi Onabanjo University, for the same purpose, will be an unlawful gathering or act which is capable of causing chaos if not checkmated by the police and other law enforcement agencies in the state”.

Adejobi also issued a statement in which it was pointed out that “the Commissioner of Police therefore warns the concerned students of the affected institution to leave the school premises as directed by the government and do away with any act that will be unlawful and security-threatening; and urges parents and guardians of the concerned students to advise their children to steer clear of the school area for the command will not tolerate anyone who engages in any act that is capable of breaking down law and order in any part of the state.

The command is however ready to receive more intelligence from the general public in this regard in order to provide adequate security for all and sundry in Ogun State”.

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