Ogun security in jeopardy under Abiodun – PDP’s Aderinokun

A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ogun State, Olumide Aderinokun has said security is not looking good under the incumbent Governor, Dapo Abiodun’s administration.

Aderinokun who spoke in an exclusive interview in Abeokuta said he was worried about the rising spate of insecurity in Ogun State, especially the cases of kidnapping in Obada Oko and others.

While alluding to the fact that the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) may not be capable of securing lives and property, the Akinruyiwa of Owu Kingdom charged Ogun residents to assist Gov Abiodun in that aspect.

“I am really worried about the security situation in Ogun State especially the incessant kidnapping in Obada. I have spoken with the new Commissioner of Police in Ogun State, Lanre Bankole, about it. He assured me they are doing their best to bring peace to Ogun.

“The security of Ogun is not looking good. We don’t need to deceive ourselves. That is why we need to work hard. We can’t just leave it to the governor. We have to work in our community, work with the police, help them financially. We have a lot of criminals among us too; if we don’t keep them, there will be nowhere for them to hide. We need to work with the local police, the DPOs the Area Commanders, to make Ogun State safer.

“I can only say the governor is doing his best, he can’t do it alone. We, the indigenes of Ogun State need to help too. We just have to pray and hope for the best. It is not looking good, but there is hope,” he said.

Aderinokun, who is the Golden Patron of the Police Community Relations Committee (PCRC) in Ogun State, boasted that the PDP would have performed better than the ruling APC in handling of security situation in Ogun State.

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