Mr. Indabawa said this in an interview with Channels Television in the Oyo State capital, Ibadan, shortly after parading the suspect who burgled former governor Alao Akala’s residence in the city on 5th May.
The suspect, Francise Kadibuwa, a Benenois and cleaner at Mr. Akala’s residence confessed that he burgled the house and stole jewelery, shoes and cash in foreign currency.
Mr. Indabawa revealed that he has reintroduced stop-and-search operations to make passage difficult for criminals who come into the state with stolen vehicles from neighbouring states.
He maintained that anyone caught with a tinted glass car without permit will be arrested no matter how highly placed.
While blaming the recent attack on the former governor of the state, Rasheed Ladoja, on the failure of the Accord Party to inform the Police Command of its intention, the state police chief said that no public event will hold in any part of the state henceforth without permission from the command.
He also appealed to the people to always volunteer information on any suspicious movement around them in order to rid the state of criminals.