Stakeholders; ‘No Killing, Insecurity In Ondo Community’

by saharacable 71 views0

Concerned stakeholders in Irun, Akoko Northwest local government zone of Ondo state Thursday exposed the report of insecurity in the ancient town as detailed in the media.

They described the claim as unfounded and baseless; stressing that the purported petition written to the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris by some indigenes in the community was mischievous.

The petition was entitled:’Re-illegal installation, threat to lives, murder and destruction of properties at Irun-Akoko’.

As indicated by the Olisa of Irun-Akoko,Chief Rufus Ajakaye,the security specialists inside the local government could affirm that peace is ruling in the town.

He said the financial exercises were blasting in the town with no disturbance,while the adolescent pioneer in the area,Kola Ariyo certified the idea.

Ajakaye focused on that the decision of Oba-choose, Prince Adeusi Bada was generally acknowledged by the cross segment of the group.

Ariyo denied that the Onirun-choose had submits the demise of one Adekiya Apata,stressing that the presumed executioner had just been charged to court.

The Oba-elect, prince Bada described himself as a peace lover,who would not destroy his home because of becoming a monarch.

He emphasised that his progenitors were from Irun-Akoko and not strangers as some people claimed.

The Onirun-elect hailed security operators for their professionalism skill and the way they dealt with the issue having won three cases with the fine of N180,000 conceded him from that point.
Prince Adeusi asked the state government to speed up activity and affirm his appointment to encourage the introduction of instrument of office in light of a legitimate concern for peace in Irun-Akoko people community.