How Police DPO, CSP Oyin Francess Turned Cook To Save Station From Being Burnt Down

Posted on October 29, 2020


It is often said that leadership entails discretion to make things work for good. This is what the DPO of Aswani Police Division under the Lagos State Command, CSP Oyin Francess, SOA, did to save her station from destruction by hoodlums.

The DPO, Oyin, did not only cook, she also served the community youths food and ate with them in order to achieve her aim of protecting her station.

The idea worked perfectly because the area boys automatically joined the Police to protect the Station from the hands of the arsonists on rampage following the #EndSARS protest, which later turned violent.

Oyin as she is popularly known did not start her relationship with her community youths during this crises, she has been in touch and reached out to the youths during the Covid19 by given them palliatives she tagged Covid19 outreach.

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