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Ondo workers donate 30 motorcycles to Amotekun Corps

Fabunmi noted that the gesture was a part of the employees’ help for the state authorities in its efforts at preventing crime within the state.

He recommended Gov. Rotimi Akeredolu for not utilizing the Corps for political goal because it was created two years ago.

Additionally talking, the state Chairman of the Nigeria Labour Congress, Sunday Adeleye, stated the donation was as a result of the Corps had helped to scale back crimes throughout the state.

“It’s a known fact that the security network was mainly created to safe lives and property within the state, and certainly to not witch hunt anyone.

“We felt as a union to do the little we can to assist Amotekun by way of tasking ourselves to buy bikes, as this could go a along method for the officers to succeed in the far rural areas within the forests the place vehicles cannot reach.

“It’s not information that authorities remains to be owing us salaries and allowances however what’s necessary is the safety of lives and property within the state,” he stated.

The Particular Adviser to the Governor on Union and Labour Matters, Mr Dare Aragbaiye, who acquired the bikes on behalf of Gov. Rotimi Akeredolu, counseled the employees for the donation.

He stated the bikes can be helpful to trace criminals, especially in the primary forests throughout the state the place vehicles couldn’t attain.

The state Commander of Amotekun Corps, Mr Adetunji Adeleye, stated the donation would help the Corps to do extra in protecting the individuals of the state.

Adeleye requested for extra help for the corps, saying the bikes can be distributed to all of the eighteen local government areas.

He, therefore, said that the Corps can be on 24 hours patrol through the Easter celebration throughout the state.

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