RESIDENTS of Arogbo-Ibe, an Ijaw-speaking community in Ese-Odo Local Council of Ondo State, yesterday raised the alarm over resurgence of criminal activities across the coastal stretch of the state, which they blamed on unscrupulous security personnel.
The residents said the new wave of criminal activities was being carried out by some hoodlums who “are in concert with some known soldiers and policemen from within the community.”
Speaking through Bibopiri Ajube, a high chief and community leader ...
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