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OYO NSCDC FORENSIC UNIT PRESENT 4TH SENSITIZATION LECTURE ~ PressTv

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“OYO NSCDC have all it takes to make security of life and property safe and preserved”. This was the statement of the Honourable chief Judge of OYO State, Honourable Justice Munta Abimbola at the Area A Command, Railway quarters I bad an during the 4th Annual Sensitization lecture with the theme: Forensic, an emerging tool at the disposal of the Justice system in Nigeria organised by the Forensic and behavioural unit of Oyo NSCDC.

Declaring the programme open the State Commandant of NSCDC CC Adaralewa Michael appreciated the presence of the Honourable chief Judge of Oyo State for coming in person without considering the tight schedule before him and see that impacting knowledge to officers and men of NSCDC as paramount. During the one day Sensitisation programme the honourable Chief Judge also used the medium to educate on what to do and not to do in other to win cases while in a court.

Meanwhile, other guest speaker at the programme includes Dr Uwom Eze JP Chief Consultant forensic Pathologist and Clinical Physician Department of Pathology, head of the forensic Medicine unit University College Hospital UCH Ibadan who gave a key note message on an emerging tool at the Disposal of the Justice system in Nigeria. He stressed further by made it known that Nigeria did not make room for forensic analysis in their architectural framework of ascertainthe level of crime in the Country.

Other speaker at the 4th annual sensitisation lecture is the Commissioner of Police in Oyo State who was represented by Superintendent of Police (SP) Yusuf Babatunde OC finger print who lecture on Application of forensic in the investigation of Criminal cases.

Also, Mr Olayinka Esan EsQ Chairman, Nigeria Bar Association Ibadan branch who was represented by Kazeem Adekunle Gbadamosi speak on the use of forensic evidence in Criminal cases Defense. Dr Orijeme Emuobosa Senior lecturer Department of Archaeology and Anthropology University of Ibadan delivered lecture on the use and Application of forensic Patymology in Criminal investigation.

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CSC Oluwole Olusegun (CDPRO)

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