Covenant donates Hilux to police, navy in Ogun, Lagos

By Alex Olise

In line with its social corporate responsibility to host communities, the foremost Covenant University owned by Bishop David Oyedepo of the Living Faith Church (otherwise known as Winners Chapel) has donated separate Toyota Hilux patrol vehicles to the Police and the Navy.

The patrol vehicles were donated to the Sango – Otta Area Command and the Navy Music and Operational Command all located within Sango – Otta where Covenant University is sited.

The Trumpet gathered on Monday morning that the higher institution adjudged as one of the best in Nigeria decided to support the Police and the Navy following decisive steps the two agencies have taken to reduce crime in Sango – Otta and its Lagos environs.

It was gathered that Bishop Oyedepo who owned the higher institution also commended the new Area Commander Sango – Otta, Musa Mohammed, an Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) who since assumption of office has taken bold step to embark on familiarization tour to the university as well as other higher institutions in the area.

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The Area Commander had continued to employ community policing strategy to reduce crime in the area in line with the vision of the Commissioner of Police Ogun State (CP) Bankole who has continued to ensure that Ogun State experiences crime-free on the focus and objective of the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Alkali Baba Usman, who was on courtesy visit to the state shortly after he was appointed as the IGP.

It could be recalled that before now, major crime related issues had been recorded in Ogun State which prompted the adoption of new strategies, especially deployment of crack police operatives to monitor the bad roads which criminals usually use as a spot to attack and rob road users and residents of the state.

Recently, the Agbara Police Division arrested the runaway ritualist who cut off the head of his girlfriend after conniving with his two other friends to practice the act of money ritual.

The two friends were earlier arrested but the main suspect fled until he was caught inside a village in Ogun State. The three are currently facing court charges for murder.

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