Kolawole Akinmosun Commends Akeredolu On Fight Against Insecurity In Ondo State

Kolawole Akinmosun, former aspirant for the seat of Okitipupa/Irele Reps seat has commended efforts of Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu in securing the state from external inva­sion by criminals and for also speaking with Egbira leaders to fish out criminal elements amidst them, after the unfortunate incident that occurred in Owo.

He stated this while ex­pressing his satisfaction with the way people’s lives and property were being protected by the state gov­ernment through the State Security Network, other­wise known as Amotekun Corps, in collaboration with other security agen­cies in the state.

Hon Kolawole stated that the governor and Chief Security Offi­cer of the state, had truly lived up to the expectations of the people in the area of security in the state and the South West in general.

Kolawole stressed that the governor’s commitment to Amotekun Corps had gone a long way in allaying fears of residents of any further exter­nal invasion.

He said: “What Gover­nor Oluwarotimi Akeredo­lu (SAN) has done in the area of security in the state is one which will definitely be talked about for many years to come.

“He rose to the occasion when the people needed him, that is the kind of leader any state will love to have. When there were high cases of insecurity everywhere, the governor took the bull by the horn and he did the needful.

“Even when he was sternly opposed by some high ranking people in power, he did not succumb. Instead, he rose like a true leader that he is and gal­lantly fought the battle and the result is what we have here with us today and that is Amotekun Security Net­work.”

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