A Nigerian named Momodu served as the Deputy Assistant Commissioner in charge of the King Charles Coronation

PDP chieftain, Dele Momodu has taken to social media to disclose that Nigerian-United Kingdom born Deputy Assistant Commissioner for police, Ade Adelekan was assigned the responsibility of providing security during the inauguration of King Charles III at Westminster Abbey few hours ago.Continue Reading>>>

Recall that the King Charles III was on the 6th of May 2023, crowned as the Monarch of the United Kingdom at the age of 73, as many important personalities and world leaders were present to witness such ceremony.

And so following such event in the United Kingdom, Nigerian journalist, Dele Momodu took to his official Instagram page to upload a video showing the moment Ade Adelekan was being interviewed about the security measures that have been put in place for such event.Continue Reading>>>

In such interview, Ade Adelekan revealed that from the 1st of May up until the 8th of May, the police force in the UK has deployed a total of 29,000 officers for the coronation of King Charles III, adding that they will not tolerate any form of disruption from protesters during such coronation.

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