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Insecurity: Take action, stop accepting failure over kidnapping, killings in Oyo – Ex-Assembly Chief Whip tells Makinde




A former Chief Whip within the Oyo State Home of Meeting, Hon. Abiodun Adigun-Hammed, has suggested Governor Seyi Makinde to take obligatory motion with the intention to handle safety challenges dealing with the state.


Adigun-Hammed urged Makinde to cease accepting failure over the present safety challenges within the state.

DAILY POST remembers that Makinde had yesterday urged folks of Ibarapa geo-political zone to carry him liable for the current assault in Igangan.

DAILY POST gathered that about twenty folks have been killed in the course of the assault which was carried out between Saturday night time and Sunday morning.

Adigun-Hammed has, nevertheless, requested Makinde to cease accepting his failure.

He urged Makinde to take motion in combating insecurity dealing with the state.

He added that different cities and cities within the state are nonetheless witnessing safety challenges.

The previous lawmaker stated the difficulty of insecurity isn’t restricted to Igangan in Ibarapaland however Oyo State generally.
“Gents of the press, it’s saddened and disheartening that our state has degenerated to the extent that no one is protected once more. Our folks can’t sleep with their two eyes closed once more.

“The insecurity isn’t restricted to Igangan alone however within the nooks and crannies of Oyo state. From Beere to Olodo, from Ojo to problem. No place is protected.

“We heard that the large stride made by different southwest governors is nothing to Makinde. Our Amotekun corps should not funded as different southwest governors.

“Lots of you journalists are additionally conscious of the challenges dealing with us within the state.

“Please discuss in order that Makinde can do one thing. We can’t proceed this manner.

“Our persons are wiser and clever than making political statements on insecurity. If our safety businesses are properly geared up, all these gained’t occur.”

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