Oyo State Governor, Abiola Ajimobi Installs N300M CCTV Cameras Across Ibadan (Photos)

Published 1 year ago by: CLARA JANCITA
at 14-12-2018 04:17PM (1 year ago)

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Expensive CCTV cameras have been installed in some delicate spots in Ibadan, Oyo State to help in combating crime. Oyo state governor, Senator Abiola Ajimobi on Monday commissioned the Safe City project which includes the siting of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras in 10 crime-prone areas in Ibadan.
The Executive Secretary, Oyo State Security Trust Fund (OYSSTF), Mr. Femi Oyedipe, disclosed that over N300 million has been expended in installing the CCTVs across the state to boost security.
The cameras, which feed a control room under around-the-clock surveillance, monitor activities at major junctions in the city.
Oyedipe who harped on the need for individuals and organizations in the state to pay their security levies assured that with the installation of CCTVs in 10 sites in Ibadan, additional 10 sites are to be located in Oyo, Ogbomoso and Saki areas of the state.
He noted that the response had been commendable since OYSSTF began the collection of the security levy in July. He, however, urged residents and visitors in the state to cooperate with the government to ensure a safer and secure environment for all.

dolashege at 14-12-2018 05:10PM (1 year ago)
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campaigning. DTS great.
kacylee at 14-12-2018 05:15PM (1 year ago)
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hmmm.. another way of squandering billions

ruthie at 14-12-2018 06:39PM (1 year ago)
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good...but that money should have been used for something else
fineboy77 at 14-12-2018 07:01PM (1 year ago)
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The maintenance culture in Nigeria is 0,so it may be a good thing he did right now,but will it still be functional after 3 months?,i doubt. Besides,round the clock surveillance?,in Nigeria?,how about NEPA?

abcdqwer at 14-12-2018 11:31PM (1 year ago)
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i hope they maintain it well !!
Hassymore at 15-12-2018 08:23PM (1 year ago)
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Quote from: ruthie on 14-12-2018 06:39PM
good...but that money should have been used for something else
U no well for saying dat if some thing like this have not be install, u are d first person to say nigeria cannot install common cctv on d street