Churches, Mosques Should Install CCTV Cameras: Akeredolu
The Governor of Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu has called on churches, mosques, and other worship centres to install CCTV cameras on their premises to monitor criminals.Information Guide Nigeria
According to PEOPLES GAZETTE, Mr Akeredolu said, “As part of measures being put in place to forestall future occurrence, public and religious centres need to install CCTV cameras in strategic places to enhance security.
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“Also, people should be more vigilant and report strange faces in their vicinities’’.
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As reported by PEOPLES GAZETTE, Mr Akeredolu said this when he received a WHO team led by the country representative and head of mission in Nigeria, Walter Mulombo.
The team was on a condolence visit to commiserate with Ondo over Sunday’s massacre of St Francis Catholic Church members, Owo.
Speaking during the condolence visit, Mr Akeredolu said, “Where else is safe if that sanctuary is not safe. In a war situation, even soldiers could run into church for safety. These are mad people; I’m not too sure they are human beings”.Jamb Result
“They have lost their own humanity, and there is no way you can regard them as human beings. I think they are animals in human skin.”
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