Nude dancing: NSCDC deploys 1000 to hotels in Ilorin

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Kwara State Command, on Monday, deployed over 1,000 personnel to hotels in the state to arrest hoteliers operating nude dance.

Commandant of NSCDC in the state, Mr. Wasiu Adeyinka-Ayinla, made the disclosure in an interview with newsmen, in llorin, on Monday.

He said that the personnel – intelligence officers – were already at their duty posts.

“Our intelligence officers are currently in various hotels day and night to arrest hoteliers who engage in strip dance,” Adeyinka-Ayinla said.

Ayinla said that the corps collaborated with other agencies to carry out the operation.

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The commandant warned hoteliers in the state against keeping guests with questionable characters.

He re-affirmed the commitment of the corps to fighting pipeline vandalism and other acts capable of tarnishing the image of the state and Nigeria.

It would be recalled that Kwara Assembly summoned proprietors of hotels in the state on August 15 over allegation of nude dances in the hotels.

The complaint was lodged to the Assembly by some religious leaders.

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