Ogun Monarch Donates Sienna Bus To Police Divisional Headquarters - EDU-BIZNEWS


Saturday, April 27, 2024

Ogun Monarch Donates Sienna Bus To Police Divisional Headquarters

The Ologere of Ogere, Oba James Obafemi Saliu, has donated a Toyota Sienna bus to the Ogere Police Divisional Headquarters in Ikenne Local Government Area of Ogun State, to boost their anti-crime operations in and around the Ogere community.

The donation was part of the week-long activities to mark the one year anniversary of the royal father on the throne.

He had promised the people of the community during his coronation last year that he was going to ensure their security.

The Oba also donated a well-furnished security building for the joint use and coordination of the activities of other paramilitary outfits in the community.

A renowned philanthropist and an accomplished businessman, the Oba promised more people-otiented projects in the community while enjoining all the citizens of Ogere to remain law-abiding and support the efforts of the Palace and the security agencies to provide adequate security in the community. 

Receiving the vehicle on behalf of the Ogere Police Division, the Commissioner of Police, Ogun State Commissioner, CP Abiodun Alamutu Abiodun, thanked the Oba for his magnanimity promising that it would be put to judicious use. 

He also enjoined other well meaning citizens of the state to emulate the kind gesture of Oba Saliu by supporting the Police Command and other security agencies in the state with the right equipment and useful intelligence to combat crimes. 

Commenting on the donations, some indigenes marvelled at the significant achievements the community has made within one year of the Oba's ascension to the throne.

L-R: Ologere of Ogere Remo, HRH Oba James Obafemi Saliu; Ogun State Commissioner of Police, CP Abiodun Alamutu, and the DPO, Ogere Divisional Police Station, CSP Nasiru Oyedele during the official handing over of a Sienna vehicle bought by the Ologere for the Ogere Police Division to boost security in Ogere community on Tuesday.

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