Brave Women visits Osun Commissioners of Police, seeking the release of the suspects detained without being guilty of any offense

The President of the Brave Women Association Worldwide, Evang. Matilda Farinde has urged the police to set free those in detention with no offenses.

Matilda made the call on Thursday during her visit with other members of the Association to the Osun State Commissioner of Police, CP Isiaku Muhammed at his office in Osogbo.

Evang. Maltida Farinde applauds the police commissioner for hosting them, she commends the police for being up to the tasks in the state by curbing crime and other vices in Osun state which has made the crime rate drastically reduced in the state.

She reiterated the commitment of the association to partner with the police in setting free those who are in police detention with no offenses and those who can not afford money for bail.

She said her motive is to assist those in detention with no offenses and bail out those who can not afford money for bail to reduce congestion in police custody.

In his response, the Osun Commissioner of Police, CP Isiaku Muhammed, applauded the association for deeming it fit to visit him at his office, he commended them for contributing their quota to the society by protecting women from abuse, empowering women with skill acquisition, helping the less privilege in the society, he urged the President and its members not to relent in contributing to the development of the society. 

He welcomed the ideas of the association to assist those with no offense in custody and advised them to seek intervention from the Attorney General of the state and the Judiciary and they should work with lawyers in making their assistance for those in detention with no offenses or with no money for bail easy.

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