Governor of Ondo state, Rotimi Akeredolu has expressed his disappointment at the constant state of insecurity that has befallen the country.
Speaking during the opening of the ongoing Attorneys-General of the 36 States, the Chairman of the Southern Governors Forum weighed in on the recent killing at a catholic church in Owo, Ondo state.
He also spoke on the Inability of the police team to mobilise to the scene of the attack, which they blamed on the non-availability of vehicles. Akeredolu asked the Police to “close shop” if the Federal Government could not meet its equipment needs.
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The Governor also challenged states to restructure the country by, among others, setting up their own anti-graft agencies.
“The Police have failed.
“We will carry arms very soon. Oga Malami. There is no other way.”