Amotekun has given reasons as to why they have not started operations in the south-west.
The group under the aegis of Soludero Hunters Association, said on Sunday that it was awaiting the directives from the six state governors and the leadership of the Yoruba World Congress on procedures for addressing insecurity in the zone. It also hinted that the necessary equipments needed to fully launch operations have not been provided by the governors.
The President, Soludero Hunters Association, Oba Nureni Ajijola Anabi, said in Ibadan, “We are ready to start operations immediately the Yoruba leaders and the governors brief us.
“The governors have not given us what to work with like vehicles and other logistics that will enable us to begin operations. The rampant cases of armed robbery attacks in Oyo State are disturbing.
“The robbers move in a large number of 20 to 50 to unleash terror on communities. Security should be a joint effort. It will not be possible for the hoodlums to continue their heinous crimes if Amotekun has started operations.
“The local preparation we need to make is already in place. We absolutely depend on Yoruba power.”
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