GOVERNOR Adegboyega Oyetola on Thursday inaugurated the boards of Osun Security Network Agency and the Amotekun Corps, as well as the Amotekun Independent Complaints Board.
In his address at the event held at the Executive Chamber of Osun Governor’s Office, Oyetola charged them to collaborate with the conventional security agencies and ensure security across the state.
He also urged the boards to stop the incidences of rape, illegal mining, possible banditry, kidnapping and other crimes.
The governor expressed the hope, “that Osun Security Network Agency and the Amotekun Corps would offer improved security of lives and property and close the gaps created by the obvious overstretching of the conventional security agencies, while the Amotekun Independent Complaints Board will act as checks and balances for the activities of the Corps personnel.”
The 15-member Osun Security Network and Amotekun Corps Board is chaired by General Ademola Aderibigbe (retd.), while the three-man Independent complaints board is headed by Justice Moshood Adeigbe (retd.).
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