Oyo CP Assures Brazilian Coach On Security

Published: January 24, 2013
Oyo CP Assures Brazilian Coach On Security The Commissioner of Police, Oyo State command, Mr. Joseph Mbu has assured the expatriate football Coach employed by Ibadan based FRENAGE Soccer Academy, Moises Pereira of his safety during his stay in Ibadan.

Oyo Police boss who was represented by his second in command, Deputy Commissioner of police, Clement Adoda when the management crew of the soccer school paid a courtesy visit to the Oyo State Police Headquarters, Eleyele, Ibadan welcomed the Brazilian Coach to the state while assuring him of his safety.

The top Brazilian sweat merchant arrived Nigeria last week to coordinate the second phase of the residential soccer training programme put in place by FRENAGE to nurture and expose aspiring young footballers under the tutelage of UEFA licensed football Coaches.

''Oyo State is a safe place but nevertheless, we are still going to ensure that your stay in Ibadan is well memorable and secured. Football is game that we all love and if this is what we have to do in assisting it, then we are not going to relent,'' said the CP.

The FRENAGE management crew led by its CEO Prince Oluwole Ololade were received by 2i/c of the command, DCP. Clement Adoda, DCP (Operations) Musa Kino, Assistant Commissioner of Police (Admin) Christopher Luke and the Public Relations Officer of the command DSP. Ayodele Lanade.

Akanbi Agiri

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