Igboho Commends IGP, South West Governors Over The Lunch Of Operation Amotekun

The chairman Adesun security service and the Akoni Ile Yoruba, chief Sunday Adeyemo a.k.a Sunday Igboho has applauded the inspector general of police all the south west governors for their initiative for the lunch of operation Amotekun to curb security challenges in the south west region.

He appreciated the governor for speaking with one voice despite their political differences which shows that the governor has the security of the masses at heart.

Sunday Igboho in a release made available to the newsmen in Ibadan said that the new security outfits would help to strengthen the operations of the regular security outfits.

He maintained that once there is security there is going to be progress and development in the society.

He further stated that the operation Amotekun is not political, adding that it would enhance protection of lives and properties of the citizens.

Sunday Igboho also advised members of Oodua Peoples Congress (OPC), Vigilante group of Nigeria (VGN) and others that are involved in project to maintain decorum and make sure that constitutional rights of the citizens is not tampered with.

He said that operation Amotekun is beyond the any individual so all and sundry should see it as a call and opportunity to serve their father’s land.

He also promised that Adesun security services would give necessary support to operation Amotekun because anything that concerns the Yoruba is of paramount interest to him.

Igboho also applauded the Nigeria police force for been there for the Masses at all times saying the inspector general of police and all the commissioner police in the south west should commended for great and wonderful work they doing.

He also thanked the traditional rulers for their support and cooperation in making sure that the south west region of the country is safe.

He also urged all and Sundry to support operation Amotekun because south west has set pace for other region to follow. He also said that as the Akoni Ile Yoruba is happy that Yoruba’s can now speak with one voice.

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