Dec 9, 2021

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Yoruba Group Accuses Mimiko of Conniving to Undermine Amotekun

  • Former Ondo State Governor Olusegun Mimiko has been accused of attempting to discredit Amotekun
  • Mimiko has also been accused of everything in his power The security team’s operations are weakened
  • The former governor has not yet officially commented on allegations by the Yoruba Youth Indigenous Movement

Akure – A group, the Yoruba Youth Indigenous Movement (YYIM) has accused the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Ondo state of hiding Spread an agenda that aims to undermine the operations of the Southwest Security Network, codenamed Amotekun, for political gain.

The group’s coordinator, Lawal Adekola, in a statement, the journalists in Akure, the state capital, claimed that the PDP d Through former governor Olusegun Mimiko negotiated plans to discredit Amotekun and ensure that its operations were weakened.

Part of the statement read:

“We followed with dismay the deliberate attempt to destroy the profits recorded so far on Amotekun. Let us put on record that the PDP negotiated through Mimiko von Amotekun for political advantages.

“Despite our common desire to produce the next president of the country in the south, Mimiko., The word got around how to get one The party’s vice-presidential candidate can become, and thereby indirectly sell us.

“We swore with good reason that Mimiko swore to use the PDP’s instruments in the state to discredit Amotekun and see to it that people lose confidence in the security company.

“We will be happy to ask politicians to refrain from using anything that serves as a public good for their dirty politics. It smells like nothing but irresponsibility to sink so low to sell the good of your people for your personal political gain.

“With this press release we are warning all political actors to draw the line between political issues and events and those that serve the public good.”

Ondo Amotekun intercepts 18 bandits with 500 firearms

Recall that agents of the Amotekun Corps in Ondo State recently caught a 500-piece bus have intercepted daggers hidden under the seats.

Weapons with different knife sizes and rifles hidden in Tigger nut bags were also intercepted.

The state commander of the Amotekun Corps, Adetunji Adeleye, brought the suspects before journalists in Akure and said they had been arrested in the city of Ondo.

Combating the unemployment key to end insecurity – Governor Okowa

In the meantime, the Governor of the Delta Senator Ifeanyi Okowa urged the government at all levels of Nigeria on Tuesday 16th.

Okowa made the call when he was a participant in Course 44 at the Command and Staff College of the Stre it received forces in Jaji at the Government House in Asaba.

He said the damage done to the economy by insecurity and poverty across the country is enormous.