Ekiti State Security Appointees Meet, Strategies on Insecurity




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In a bid to curtail the spate of insecurity in some parts of Ekiti

State, security appointees in the state have met to discuss lasting
solutions.
Speaking in an interview during the meeting, Special Adviser on
Security to Governor Kayode Fayemi, Brigadier-General Ebenezer Ogundana, said one of the core objectives of Governor Kayode Fayemi-led
administration is the security of lives and properties in Ekiti State
which informed his appointing some people to monitor and manage the state security network.
“All hands are on deck to ensure peace return to troubled areas of the state. The resolution of all security appointees by Governor Fayemi is to work together as one formidable force to fulfil the purpose of our appointments as security architects of Ekiti state.
The Security expert who reiterated that state government holds dearly
the security of lives and property of its entire citizenry and
residents said security appointees meeting will provide pivotal
information and strategy that will abate the menace while mentioning that the meeting which was the first of its kind will hold monthly hence.
According to the Special Adviser on Security, “Curbing crime and other
social vices is a continuous exercise and we will ensure that we work
together with other security agencies in the state to that effect.
Present in this meeting, we have the heads of Anti-grazing, Peace
Corps, Informal and Private Security Sectors. We have come together to see to the problems of the people and proffer solutions.
“Economic development of Ekiti state is of huge concern to us and we want to make the state safe for businesses, trades and investments. In the interest of good governance and the people of the state, providing
adequate security is our ultimate goal,” he said.
Appointees in attendance include; Senior Special Assistant on
Non-State Securities, Rt. Hon. Dele Olugbemi, Commandant Ekiti State Peace Corps, Hon. Dele Owoju, Coordinator Anti-Grazing, Major Tajudeen Awe and Senior Special Assistant Non-State Securities, Shola Durodola.
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