Nigeria’s Chief of Police Deploys Forces to Quell Tribal Clash in Oyo State

Nigeria’s Inspector General of Police, M.A Adamu, has ordered the immediate deployment of Police Intervention and Stabilization Forces to Oyo State to reclaim the public space, reinforce security and bolster public confidence in the areas affected by the recent crisis in the State.

The deployments, consist majorly of intelligence and operational assets of the Force: four units of the Police Mobile Force, seasoned operatives from the Force Intelligence Bureau and one operational/surveillance Police helicopter from the Police Air-Wing department.

The Intervention Force is charged with the responsibility of reinforcing and stabilizing security in the State, preventing further breakdown of law and order, protecting lives and properties and ultimately enhancing public safety and general security. It is coordinated by a Deputy Inspector General of Police, David Folawiyo, who is expected to mobilize all relevant stakeholders towards achieving the mandate of the squad.

The IGP assures that the Force is committed to the safety of lives and properties of the citizens in the country. He calls on residents of Oyo State and other Nigerians to cooperate with the Police and the security forces as they redouble their efforts in ensuring that sustainable peace and security are restored to the affected areas.

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