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Ogun so-safe corps discharges officer over theft


The So-Safe Corps in Ogun State has taken decisive action by dismissing one of its officers, Yusuf Adeboye, over allegations of theft.

The commander of the agency, Soji Ganzallo, officially confirmed Adeboye’s dismissal in a statement released on Friday through the agency’s Director of Information and Public Relations, Moruf Yusuf.

Commander Ganzallo outlined the grounds for Adeboye’s dismissal, stating that it was related to his involvement in a stealing case that occurred in the apartment where he was stationed at Onibukun Area of Obantoko in Abeokuta.

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He emphasized that the owner of the apartment had reported the missing items, which were of significant value, on November 12.

Subsequently, an intensive investigation was launched by the agency, leading to the arrest of Adeboye on November 21. During the investigation, he admitted to the crime.

In his official statement, Ganzallo stated, “The general public is hereby advised to desist from relating with the dismissed Adeboye Yusuf Sunday as an officer of the agency; whoever associates with him does so at his/her peril.”

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