Ododo warns criminals: “We will pursue you, kogi not a playing ground for your operation.”

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By Dada Ahmed in Lokoja.
,,,,,, Equips over 1,000 hunters with essential tools to boost vigilance.

Governor Ahmed Usman Ododo.

to boost performance.

The coordinated effort against criminal elements in Kogi State escalated on Thursday as Governor Alhaji Ahmed Usman Ododo equipped 1,050 hunters with essential tools to enhance their effectiveness in the field.

The decision to enlist rural security outfits and engage hunters stemmed from their brave and skilled actions during the rescue operation that resulted in the liberation of 29 out of 31 students from the Confluence University of Science and Technology, Osara, the governor said.

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Governor Ododo commended the National Security Adviser, Nuhu Ribadu, for consistently supporting his administration’s efforts to improve security in Kogi State. He also praised the heads of security agencies in the state for effectively training recruited hunters. According to him, the state government has made significant progress in ensuring the safety of hunters by distributing security equipment and providing advanced training. The governor emphasized his administration’s commitment to employing both kinetic and non-kinetic methods to enhance security and quality of life for the people of Kogi State.

Addressing the hunters directly, he reminded them of the public’s expectation that they make the state inhospitable to criminals. He urged them to collaborate closely with conventional security agencies, declaring, “Kogi State will not tolerate criminals.”

The governor assured the hunters of the state government’s full support, urging them to act decisively against criminals. He emphasized their training and effectiveness in eliminating criminal elements from the state.

Describing Kogi as rich in mineral resources, Ododo encouraged legitimate investors to explore business opportunities in the state, stating, “Our doors are open.” However, he warned potential investors with criminal intentions to reconsider, as the state government is prepared to expel them.

CP Bernard Onuoha, the Commissioner of Police in the state, lauded Governor Ododo and other stakeholders for their efforts in safeguarding lives and property in the state.

He advocated for greater coordination between conventional security agencies, vigilantes, and hunters to achieve better security outcomes.

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