As a feature of endeavors to additionally fortify the security powers to accomplish ideal execution, the Ondo State Executive Council has endorsed the acquirement of 20 extra reaction vehicles for the state security network codenamed Amotekun Corps.
The Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Donald Ojogo, in a press preparation, not long after the state board meeting, said the chamber was satisfied to take note of the endeavors of Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu to check increasing wrongdoing and frailty in the state.
The public authority representative unveiled that taking into account the colossal endeavors and productive exercises of Amotekun, the State Council was satisfied to affirm the acquirement of 20 extra crisis vehicles, aside from the endorsement for the enlistment of 500 work force for the security unit.
He said, “The bureau noticed the endeavors of the lead representative to check the increasing wrongdoing and uncertainty across the state.
“The board noticed the endeavors of Amotekun. It noted with joy that Amotekun has put forth attempts and needs the help of the residents and occupants of the state.
“We need to help Amotekun regarding gathering data with the goal that they can work maximally. The gathering was satisfied to take note of Amotekun’s exercises and gave a demonstration of positive support and applauded Amotekun.”
While focusing on that there will be no important improvement without the wellbeing of lives and property, Ogojo said the state government has likewise fixed the prohibition on Okada after 6 p.m. to additional improve security in the state.
“The prohibition on OKADA is still set up. The bureau has concluded that this boycott ought to be fixed. OKADA is generally used to carry out wrongdoings. The prohibition on the development of OKADA after 6 p.m. will be fortified.”
The Commissioner of Justice and Attorney General of the state, Sir Charles Titiloye, said that the Executive Council of the state has likewise endorsed a bill for the raising and brushing of animals in the state.