The Ogun State chapter of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria has expressed its continued support to the Ogun State Police Command in the effort to make the State crime free.
The association stated this during a courtesy visit to the Command’s Commissioner, Edward Awolowo Ajogun, in his office on Friday.
The association’s Chairman, Apostle David Otaru, while speaking on behalf of the body, acknowledged that within the short period the CP has spent in the State, his crime fighting efforts are being felt everywhere.
The Chairman cited the example of the serial killer in Ogere who had been on killing prowl ever before the assumption of office of Ajogun, but was swiftly neutralised barely one month after.
Otaru also cited the example of armed robbery suspects operating in military uniform along Shagamu-Benin Expressway, but were recently rounded up.
With these and other achievements recorded in recent time, the PFN believes that the State was in for good things under the watch of Ajogun.
Responding, the CP thanked the association for the visit and their prayer.
Ajogun urged them not to relent in their prayers and support for the Command as security is everybody’s business.
The high point of the visit was the investiture of the CP as PFN ambassador in the State.
Other members of the delegation includes Pastor Abatan Israel, State Advisory Council Chairman; Rev. Oludimu Ben; and other State Officers of the body.