1 The Commandant, Nigerian Navy Centre for Education and Training Technology, Ile-Ife, Osun, Navy Capt. Aondowase Mnguve, has described the death of an erstwhile Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mr Tafa Balogun , as a colossal loss.
3 He said that Nigeria and Nigerians would greatly miss the late Balogun, saying his death was a great loss to the country.
4 According to him, people of Balogun’s calibre ought to live much longer for younger security personnel to tab from their fountains of knowledge.
5 Mnguve said Balogun was well trained and had been assisting colleagues professionally, noting that his death would create a vacuum that would be difficult to fill.
6 Also, Toyin Odetoyinbo , an indigene of Ila town, has said that the death of the former IGP came as a rude shock to the people of the ancient town.
7 Odetoyinbo said that Ila indigenes would miss the late Balogun because of the great impact he made in the growth and development of the town.
8 He pointed out that it was through the influence of the late IGP that a Police College was sited in Ila.
Odetoyinbo implored Nigerians to be behaved as they would account for their deeds before their creator