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Oyetola seeks citizens support on insecurity in Osun

The Governor of Osun State, Adegboyega Oyetola has urged the residents to rally assist for the federal government to guard the state towards any type of safety challenges.

Talking on behalf of the Governor at Isale-Agbe Group just lately, the Particular Adviser on Civic Orientation to the Governor, Olatunbosun Oyintiloye reiterated that the one approach insecurity could be defeated is thru the collective efforts of all communities within the state.

In his phrases, “It’s usually believed that insecurity has grow to be a topical concern within the nationwide discourse, therefore the necessity to pursue it as a standard course and proactively work in the direction of a society that is freed from risk and violence.

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“As we’re all conscious that Osun stays one of the peace-loving states, and this has been made attainable on account of our frantic efforts rooted in communal love and peaceable tendencies of the state residents.

“As a folks, there is no such thing as a such time than now for us to develop a holistic method in the direction of taming each risk to our harmonious and peaceable coexistence”, he added.

Oyintiloye equally lauded the Ataoja Osogbo, Oba Jimoh Oyetunji Olanipekun and different conventional leaders for rallying assist for the federal government in the direction of sustaining communal peace within the state.

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He, nonetheless, charged different group leaders to emulate the goodwill of the royal fathers in lending their assist to the federal government to guard the picture of the state as probably the most peaceable state in Nigeria.

Oyintiloye referred to as on the group to maximise the chance of their inclusion to make a purposeful contribution to the event of the state.

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