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Insecurity: Crimes are common among drug addicts – Consultant

Godwin Udoh
Foremost Security Consultant in Delta State and Chairman, Managing Director of Focus Guard Security Limited, FBI Security, Dr. Shola Mese, has cautioned against spreading of armedful drug’s which could trigger insecurity in Communities.

Dr. Mese, who handed down the caution in a chat with The Nigerian Xpress newsmen in his office in Effurun, Warri, expressed the optimism that the security situation in Delta State would improve because the new governor, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori, “has experience as former Senior Special Adviser on Security to the Delta State Government, under the Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan Administration.”

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While calling on local and foreign investors to invest in Warri and other parts of Delta State, Dr. Mese, who is also the Founder of Shola Mese Foundation, revealed how he collaborated with the Nigerian Police as Patron of Anti-Cult in the area to apprehend some persons responsible for kidnapping along the busy Airport Road in the twin city of Warri and Effurun towards stemming criminalities in the area.

“Through the foundation, we engaged most of the street boys who engage on drugs, because violent crimes are common among drug addicts. We rehabilitated and empowered them through our vocational trainings for free.

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He asserted that “insecurity is a national issue,” and to tackle the menace in Warri and Delta State in general, everyone needed to work in synergy with the various security agencies in the state.”

lAs the Patron of Anti-Cult, we worked in collaboration with the Police to apprehend most of those involved in criminal activities and also through the Shola Mese Foundation, we have been able to rehabilitate those ready to turn a new leaf. We rehabilitated them through acquisition of skills and other forms of vocational trainings”.