Delta 2022: Focus Guards Security, highlights critical surveillance, crowd control roles

The indigenous security company at the ongoing Delta 2022 National Sports Festival taking place at Asaba, Focus Guards Security, has highlighted


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Delta 2022: Focus Guards Security, highlights critical surveillance, crowd control roles
Deacon Shola Mese (middle, spotting black polo on white pair of trouser) alongside some of officials of Focus Guards Security


 

The indigenous security company at the ongoing Delta 2022 National Sports Festival taking place at Asaba, Focus Guards Security, has highlighted its critical surveillance and crowd control roles, to avoid stampede and ultimately complement the task of government owned security agencies.

 

CEO of Focus Guards Security, Deacon Shola Mese, who gave the explanation earlier today, Sunday December 4, during an exclusive telephone interview with Fresh Angle International, noted: Our men are fierce looking, but very intelligent and civil, we are not armed, but we do more than the security personnel can do”.

 

 

Deacon Shola Mese, dishing out instructions to personnel of Focus Guards Security;

 

 

Whilst stating that Focus Guards Security Limited, formerly known as FBI, doesn’t just check for criminals and hoodlums in and around the competition venue, the Security Consultant, added: “We have the best personnel. It will interest you to know that we deployed over 150 security boys (bouncers) all over the stadium and most of them are not even in uniform, they work as surveillance team to give information where necessary and when we need the armed men to come in, we run to them immediately and they mobilize. We should not forget that it is free for all, there is no restriction in any way, because anywhere you have restriction, you have limited causalities, but this time around by the grace of God, we’ve be able to record zero causalities.

 

“We have been operating for the past 25 years, with a brand name. Where other people stop, that is where we start. That is to tell you that we dare all dare-able.