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Governor Akeredolu Is Right To Chase Criminals Out Of His State – Afenifere

Governor Rotimi Akeredolu

Governor Rotimi Akeredolu

Afenifere has come out to hail Akeredolu’s decision to flush out criminals in the state’s forest.

The Secretary-General of the Pan Yoruba Socio-Political Group, Chief Sehinde Arogbofa recently revealed this, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, Governor Akeredolu has done the right thing because illegal people have virtually taken over the lands in the state, and that should not be the case.

He added that he supports Akeredolu’s move since a desperate disease will always need a desperate remedy.

His words, “Akeredolu is on the right path especially if the occupation of those places or any place in the state is inimical to the development of the state, Akeredolu as the Chief Security officer of the state can exercise this power.”

“Akeredolu has shown to be a true Nigerians when he said that any of the herdsmen who want to stay in any part of the state must first of all register.”

“You can’t just come from nowhere to occupy somebody’s land without his authority. A desperate disease needs a desperate remedy”

“The rate of kidnapping in this state is very embarrassing to the extent that one cannot leave one’s house without serious prayers to return home safely. Illegal people have virtually taken over our lands in the state. I must confess that the governor has felt concerned.

“Some of our traditional rulers had given outlands to people without authority, to people who they cannot trace and who is alleged to be a suspicious character, people straining from the Niger Republic without legal rights.

“I think we have to credit Mr. Governor for saying that any landowners or traditional rulers caught plotting with these marauders or sell lands to them without authority would be seriously dealt with”

“It is also very disturbing that there are kidnappers in these forests and hideout in our lands. My question has always been this that which land in Ondo has not gotten an owner?”

“I think we have to be more realistic with what is happening in the state and people have to cooperate with the government to reduce the rate of kidnapping and killing in the state.”

“While appreciating the governor, I will further like to suggest that as done sometimes ago between Okene and Lokoja, some six or seven years ago, while kidnappers were hiding within the forest in the area.”

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