The Oyo State Governor, Mr Seyi Makinde, has stated Nigerians want sufficient safety and restructuring of the country lots extra than who occupies the presidency.
The governor, who taunted these who he stated have been strolling round the states due to the fact of their presidential ambition, stated these politicians would quickly comprehend better.
Makinde, in an announcement on Tuesday through his Chief Press Secretary, Taiwo Adisa, was once quoted to have spoken in Ibadan at the handover of 33 operational automobiles and 396 bikes to the Oyo State Security Agency, popularly regarded as Operation Amotekun.
He had formerly given 25 automobiles to the police and Operation Burst to fight insecurity in the state.
Makinde said, “I have heard some of our political leaders jostling round and announcing they prefer to end up the president of Nigeria in 2023.
“I assume what we want at this stage is to impervious our human beings and restructure Nigeria. It does no longer depend who is the president in Abuja. In a restructured Nigeria, each and every nook of the us of a will sense the influence of government. That is what we need.
“May God shield these strolling round for presidency until 2022. By that time, we will meet and, by means of then, we will get to comprehend whether or not it is restructured Nigeria or Yoruba presidency that we certainly need.”
Although he did now not point out Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress chief had been traveling to some components of the states whilst his foot troopers have been going spherical to solicit help for his presidential ambition.
Makinde lauded Amotekun, pronouncing the have an impact on of the protection enterprise used to be being felt all over the state.
“If we can't get states police now, this Amotekun . will get there. We have neighbourhood policing, but we want to do higher than that. But, in the absence of the country police, we have our very own Amotekun Corps and the operatives are doing very well, “ he added.
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