By Simdi Gloria:-
The Ondo State Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu on Tuesday, donated a storey building to the Zone 17 of the Nigeria Police Force.
The building is to serve as the zone’s operational office and headquarters.
Reports from the News Agency of Nigeria has it that Zone 17 was created on May 27, 2020, to serve Ondo and Ekiti States.
The building was handed over to the newly-promoted Deputy inspector of police, Mr. David Folawiyo by the governor who also thanked President Muhammadu Buhari for approving the creation of the zone.
He urged the police force to come out and enforce law and order in spite of the negative impact, the recent End Sars protest had on their psyches.
“We owe it a duty to apologise to the police and encourage them so that they can come out to carry out their responsibilities,” he said.
The governor assured the DIG of all necessary support needed to enable them to protect the people of the two states.
Folawiyo, who was the pioneer Assistant Inspector General of the zone, thanked the governor for donating the building.
It was also disclosed by Folawiyo that the Governor of Ekiti, Gov. Kayode Fayemi has promised to equip the headquarters with computer sets and other necessary gadgets.
He added that that the zone would serve the people better by collaborating with other sister agencies.
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