The President of Gbenga Akinwande Foundation, Engr Gbenga Akinwande, has urged Governor Dapo Abiodun of Ogun State, to uncover choices to the infinite herdsmen assaults which have taken many lives inside the state.
Akinwande mentioned this in a letter to Governor Abiodun after two separate assaults by herdsmen and troopers on residents of the state at Ubeku village in Yewa North Native Authorities Area and Oru group in Previously-Iwoye, respectively.
Akinwande, inside the letter, well-known that “Every Ogun indigene is very irked that this diploma of lawlessness occurred under your administration when you end up doing all to protected the Gateway State.
“Such actions perpetrated by the herdsmen and troopers did undermine your authority as a result of the governor of our dear state, considerably under a constitutional democracy like ours.
“The issue of herdsmen assaults and killings in Yewaland, particularly, has been occurring now for a while, and it is prolonged on account of regulation enforcement corporations have failed to take any concrete movement to stem the tide.
”There are extant authorized pointers to apprehend or curb the actions of these killer-herdsmen and prosecute perpetrators.
“Failure to take urgent movement to curb the actions of these killer-herdsmen could lead to the insecurity and instability which is likely to be prevalent inside the North, considering the reality that we’re a border state.”
He urged Governor Abiodun to take urgent movement to end the catastrophe and restore peace and tranquility in earnest.
Akinwande moreover urged the governor to act swiftly as a pacesetter that is unable to defend and protected his of us has failed in his constitutional obligation.