2021: OGUN GOVT. IS WATCHING YOU WITH CCTV CAMERA – OLUSOLA SUBAIR (RTD. A.I.G) - Prestige Newspaper

2021: OGUN GOVT. IS WATCHING YOU WITH CCTV CAMERA – OLUSOLA SUBAIR (RTD. A.I.G)

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There is a plan by Ogun State Govt. to install Closed Circuit Television Cameras (CCTV) at strategic locations across Ogun State to tighten security.

According to Olusola Subair, Rtd. A.I.G, and Special Adviser on security matters to the Ogun State Governor, most of the CCTV cameras are to be installed at the state borders’ communities, to monitor likely security threat to Ogun State.

Briefing members of the implementation committee of the National Economic Council at the governor’s office, he revealed to the committee that; these security control centres, are to be set up in the state as well as the construction of safe city, from where all security intelligence will be co-ordinated.

He further added that, “the movement of security personnel will also be monitored from the proposed safe city”.

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