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Seyi Makinde Hands Over 33 Operational Vehicles, 396 Motorcycles To Amotekun Corps (PHOTOS)



Seyi Makinde Presenting New Amotekun Vehicles
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Governor of Oyo State, Seyi Makinde, said on Tuesday that the time has come for Nigeria to secure its people and restructure its system against the backdrop of growing insecurity in the country.

The governor, who stated this, while presenting 33 operational vehicles and 396 motorcycles to the Oyo State Security Network Agency, codenamed Operation Amotekun.

Seyi Makinde Of Oyo State

He maintained that if restructured, every corner of Nigeria will be impacted positively, stating that no matter who is president in Abuja, the system would run effectively in a way that will be beneficial to all and sundry.

A statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the governor, Mr. Taiwo Adisa, indicated that he equally expressed satisfaction with the establishment of the Amotekun Corps, saying the corps will play a major role in filling the lacuna in the security system.

He, however, maintained that despite the community policing initiative currently ongoing in the country, the states should still push for state police.

The governor, who stated these at the House of Assembly Complex, Secretariat, Agodi, Ibadan, while presenting operational vehicles and motorbikes to Amotekun Corps said that though Amotekun came into operation a while ago, the state has begun to feel its impact.

He promised that the state will make the welfare of the Amotekun Corps a top priority, saying: “You are a generation establishing structures for safety and security of the next generation. You are pioneers to ensure that we have a safe and secure environment so that we can expand our economy. And we will treat your welfare as top priority.”

Amotekun operational vehicles Gov Seyi Makinde The handover of the vehicles and motorcycles came a few days after the governor handed over 25 vehicles to the Nigeria Police and the Operation Burst in the state to improve the security architecture ahead of the yuletide.

He said: “That is why we have been clamouring for state police because you know for a fact that you all belong to the state. We don’t have it right now, but we thank the Oyo State House of Assembly for making the law establishing Amotekun.

“If we cannot get state police now, this country will get there, I am sure. We have community policing, but we need to do better than that. But, in the absence of the state police, we have our own Amotekun Corps and the operatives are doing very well.

“I’ll like to say to the Amotekun Corps that I am really proud of you. When we came into government on May 29, 2019, there was no Amotekun Corps but, today, your impact is being felt by all of us.”

Governor Makinde, who maintained that the need to restructure the country has become more imperative in the face of daunting security challenges, said only time will tell on which one is more desirable for Nigeria between a restructured Nigeria and a Yoruba presidency.

These are photos from the presentation below…

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