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Ogun: PDP chieftain, Aderinokun blames Abiodun for high rate of kidnapping




A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Social gathering (PDP), Chief Olumide Aderinokun has reacted to the incessant instances of kidnapping in Ogun State, blaming the Governor, Dapo Abiodun.


The Ogun-born actual property mogul stated he was holding “Gov Abiodun chargeable for the excessive price of kidnapping and insecurity within the state.”

In a press release made out there to DAILY POST in Abeokuta on Saturday by his media aide, Taiye Taiwo, Aderinokun expressed fear that because of the rising instances of kidnapping in Ogun, docs and nurses had launched into strike, “leaving folks in dire want of pressing well being check-ups with no possibility.”

In line with him, the not too long ago launched Amotekun Corps has not been doing sufficient in defending Ogun indigenes from kidnappers.

“Ogun state authorities can do higher. The place is the not too long ago launched Amotekun corps? Are they not funded with the state assets? So, why are they nowhere to be discovered,” Aderinokun requested.

He maintained that Ogun indigenes and residents ought to be capable of sleep with their two eyes closed after enduring their every day struggles with out primary facilities, saying “Ogun folks deserve higher than this.”

He recalled how two feminine college students of the Olabisi Onabanjo College, Ayetoro campus had been kidnapped in March.

“Final week Wednesday, a medical physician and a nurse had been kidnapped alongside Abeokuta-Imeko highway. The kidnapping reviews didn’t cease as a dental therapist working on the Normal Hospital in Ijebu-Igbo was kidnapped on Monday.

“The APC-led federal authorities has proven incompetence in securing lives and properties throughout Nigeria nevertheless it shouldn’t be so within the Gateway State,” he said.

Aderinokun referred to as on the Abiodun authorities to “cease taking part in politics with Ogun residents’ security.”

The pinnacle of Olumide and Stephanie Aderinokun Basis, suggested the federal government to coach robust anti-kidnapping brokers and create extra jobs for the teeming youths.

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