Sunday Igboho Welcome In Ogun, Says Abiodun’s Assistant
Remmy Hazzan, special Adviser on Public Communications to Ogun state Governor, Dapo Abiodun, says famous Yoruba rights activist, Sunday Adeyemo, nicely called Sunday Igboho, is welcome in the nation.
“anybody who is hoping to help us with the safety situation is welcome. Not simplest Sunday Igboho, whoever has what it takes to assist us get security proper is welcome in Ogun kingdom,” Hazzan said on PUNCH live on Saturday.
Citizens and some monarchs of Ketu-speakme villages in the Yewa North neighborhood authorities region of the state had lamented that they were brutalised by way of squaddies who escorted herdsmen to graze in their communities.
Igboho, who had issued a seven-day stop word to herdsmen accused of sundry crimes inside the Ibarapa place of Oyo kingdom and enforced identical, had also stated he and his supporters would hurricane Ogun and other South-West states.
While requested if the nation government became equipped for the ‘visit’ by means of Igboho, the Ogun state governor’s aide said any stakeholders who might help the safety structure of the country turned into welcome.
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Hazzan, however, burdened that Igboho “might be welcome for consultation” simplest and now not for any shape of violence or war of words.
He additionally brought that although Igboho was no longer constitutionally empowered to problem quit notices however the helpless security scenario of Ibarapaland warranted the move with the aid of the activist.
The governor’s aide stated there has been the need for restructuring in order that country governments can take complete manage of the security state of affairs in their respective states.
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Hazzan refuted claims that his principal —the governor of the nation — became no longer doing enough to secure lives and assets in the nation.
In step with him, Abiodun is enticing broadly with stakeholders consisting of the Nigeria Police force, the Nigerian military, traditional rulers and different people to ensure peace and quietness within the nation.