As communities intensify efforts in
checkmating criminal activities in Agbor kingdom, residents of Ali-Eno
community, comprising Alizormo, Omumu, Alisor and Alileha communities in Agbor,
Delta State mounted gates at the
entrance of the mentioned communities.
gates to enable residents checkmate
people using the community to commit crimes.
with Ika Weekly reporter, the community leader, Chief Samson Agbogun, the
Ozormo of Agbor kingdom, stated that the project is very significant and will
enable the community become more security conscious, adding that some hoodlums and kidnappers use the community as
their hideout to perpetrate their evil acts.
to him, they see the community as good location due to the loneliness of the
Agbogun said inhabitants of Ali-Eno community comprising four communities are peaceful farmers and
business people that have no hand in criminal activities. He expressed sadness
over some group of persons who come into the community and tarnishe its good
image. He revealed that residents of the communities have resolved to flush out
criminal hideouts in the community. “We have started this by mounting security
gates with able bodied men at every entrance to the communities to inspect cars
and bikes coming in and out of the communities.
community leader appealed to the government to provide a police post to the
community in other to enhance security of the community, adding that they are
due for one.
further, he said a directive was given by His Royal Majesty Keagborekuzi 1 of
Agbor kingdom to mount security gates at all entrance leading to communities in
Agbor kingdom. In a meeting held at his palace together with community leaders,
he said that he is not happy hearing about negative reports happening in his
commended Major General Agbogun for giving vigilante groups in Ali-Eno
community mobile phones to enable them contact security agents in Agbor
whenever they discover criminals in the communities. He therefore advised
residents to be more security conscious and make sure that the gates are closed
from 9pm to 6am the next day, and to report any suspicious movement to
vigilante heads in the community.
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