Concerned Citizens Organise Security Meeting In Orile Imo To Ensure Public Safety

Following alleged invasion of some unknown herdsmen of Orile - Omo community in Obafemi Owode local government area of Ogun State, the Council  Chairman,  Hon. Amb.  Lanre Ogunsola has allayed the fears of  residents of the community.

He urged the traditional rulers and hunters to be vigilant, saying that should always inform the security agencies when they discover suspicious around.

He made this known  while speaking at a Security Stakeholders meeting held at the town with security agencies, traditional rulers, Chiefs, Youth leaders and local security outfits in attendance.

Ogunsola noted that the State government was on top the matter, hence the need for the meeting, saying there is no cause for alarm.

The council chairman, however, urged the community to continue to coexist peacefully, urging the residents of the community to always help the government, security agencies with necessary information.

He urged the residents not to panic, adding that the security agencies  are alive to their responsibilities and they are ready to ensure safety of lives and properties.
"I want to urge you all  to be law-abiding and not to hesitate in raising an alarm when you notice suspicious activities in your  community.

"Security remained everyone’s business, you should be able to work with the government in containing any threat that could potentially disturb the peace in the community" he concluded

Also the Asiwaju of Orile Imo, High Chief Olakunle Olalekan urged the residents to remain calm, saying that there is no cause of alarm.

He added  that the traditional rulers will not relent in ensuring the security of lives and properties of  the people.

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