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*By Kazeem Awojoodu, Ibadan. 
Oyo State Commissioner of Police has promised to sanction any illegal protesters in the state.
SWIndependentnews.com.ng reports that Oyo State Commissioner of Police, CP. Ngozi Onadeko fdc has again warned anyone or group of people with the intention(s) of staging a commemorative #Endsars protest across all the geo political axis of the state to desist from it or face sanction for their actions.
CP. Onadeko made the disclosure on Tuesday through a statement issued and signed by the state Police Public Relations Officer, Deputy Suprintendent of Police, DSP. Adewale Osifeso.
Onadeko in a copy of the statement made available to SWIndependentnews.com.ng on Tuesday evening stressed that the intelligence at its disposal revealed  there are clandestine plans by groups of misguided people to embark on large scale violent protests in parts of the State in commemoration of  one year anniversary of the unfortunate October ENDSARS saga.
Osifeso speaking through the statement on behalf of the Police Boss, said the Commissioner of Police, Oyo State Police Command, CP Ngozi Onadeko appealed  to individual(s), groups and most importantly architects of these sinister plans, to have a rethink, saying:”The Command would not hesitate to use any legitimate means necessary within the ambit of the law to enforce sanity and prevent needless loss of lives and wanton destruction of private and public properties including critical government infrastructures which could emanate from the proposed protests.
“In furtherance to the above, the Commissioner of Police has directed extensive visibility and aggressive patrols by Area commanders and Divisional Police Officers while adequate deployment of operational, intelligence and tactical assets would be strategically positioned across every nook and cranny of the State to compliment and neutralize any threat or act(s) capable of truncating the relative calm enjoyed by the citizenry.
”Parents,  guardians and leaders that wield various degrees of influence in religious, educational and traditional capacities are passionately advised to warn their wards and proteges against been used by merchants of anarchy  as violators would be thoroughly sanctioned and prosecuted.
“Lastly, the good people of the State are advised to go about their lawful daily activities as comprehensive security measures have been emplaced to forestall breakdown of law and order”.
It would be recalled  that the October 2020 EndSARS incident left a painful trail of sorrow, anguish and pains in the minds of Nigerians inclusive security agencies.

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