By Aderemi Bamgbose
Leo-Ikoro praised Tofowomo, who represents Ondo South Senate District, for his interest in promoting security.
“The senator promised to rebuild the station after it was set on fire by demonstrators, this promise obtained the approval of the Inspector General of Police.
“As we can see, the bulldozers are already clearing the debris from the burnt structure in anticipation of the start of reconstruction work,” he said.
The police spokesperson urged well-meaning individuals and businesses to follow the senator’s path in supporting security agencies.
“Security is everyone’s business, society will be more secure if we really do our bit with it,” he said.
Leo-Ikoro urged members of the public to always support the police with reliable information to enable them to effectively fight crime.
NAN recalls that several structures housing government establishments were attacked during the national demonstration on October 22 against police brutality. (NOPE)
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