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Ondo Governor Akeredolu Commissions 20 Patrol Vehicles To Boost Amotekun Operations

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Ondo Governor Akeredolu Commissions 20 Patrol Vehicles To Boost Amotekun Operations - autojosh

Governor of Ondo State Rotimi Akeredolu commissions twenty (20) JMC branded pickup patrol vehicles to boost Amotekun operations.

The commissioning took place at the passing-out ceremony for the newly recruited Amotekun Corps officers.

The event was part of the activities marking the first 100 days of Governor Rotimi Akeredolu’s second term.





The Governor of Ondo State Rotimi Akeredolu has commissioned 20 JMC branded pickup patrol vehicles to boost the operations of the Western Nigeria Security Network codenamed Amotekun.

The commissioning took place on Tuesday, 8 June, at the passing-out ceremony for the newly recruited Amotekun Corps officers.

Ondo Governor Akeredolu Commissions 20 Patrol Vehicles To Boost Amotekun Operations - autojosh

Ondo Governor Akeredolu Commissions 20 Patrol Vehicles To Boost Amotekun Operations - autojosh

During the event, held at the Gani Fawehinmi Freedom Arcade, Igbatoro Road, Akure, Akeredolu commended the impact of Amotekun in the State. He added that the security outfit has given the people of the state hope in the management of security.





Ondo Governor Akeredolu Commissions 20 Patrol Vehicles To Boost Amotekun Operations - autojosh

Ondo Governor Akeredolu Commissions 20 Patrol Vehicles To Boost Amotekun Operations - autojosh

Akeredolu also unveiled the Roadmap to Internal and Border Security in Ondo state. He assured that the state shall become the safest and most secured in the country if the strategies contained in the roadmap are religiously implemented.

“It has further reinforced our long time view that State and community-based policing is the panacea to the country’s security challenges.

“Let me reassure the good people of Ondo State that our administration will leave no stone unturned as far as the implementation of our REDEEMED Agenda is concerned.

Today’s event was part of the activities marking the first 100 days of Governor Rotimi Akeredolu’s second term in office.





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