Isanlu-Isin community in Isin Local Government of Kwara State has redesigned its security architecture in the wake of last week’s abduction of four indigenes of the community.
Recall that last Thursday, four locals were abducted from the town but were released on Saturday during a search and rescue operation by police tactical teams, hunters, and vigilantes led by the state Commissioner of Police, Ebunoluwarotimi Adelesi.
In a statement by Jacob Ayanda, the National Publicity Secretary of Isanlu-Isin Development Association, the community said going forward, all security outfits in the town will now be coordinated by the Oluode to ensure unity of purpose.
The statement further warned that any stranger not properly identified will be shown the way out of the town, insisting that all recognized groups residing in the town must be properly registered.
It explained that all non-indigenes are now to wear specially designed identity cards while all strangers, wanderers occupying all land surrounding Isanlu Isin illegally, will no longer be tolerated.