Ondo State government orders 42 men out of the state


Ondo State Government has ordered men of Amotekun Corps to accompany 42 men caught in Okitipupa, the base camp of Okitipupa Local Government Area out of the state. 

The men, who were of northern extraction: from Kano and Jigawa States were said to have shown up in the town on Thursday evening. 

The appearance of the men made anticipation and misgiving among the inhabitants of the town who immediately alarmed the security organizations. 

At the point when investigated, the men said they were brought into the state by a non-benefit association to go through preparing as security specialists at the Nigerian Army sleeping quarters around there. In any case, the specialists of the sleeping shelter didn't give them access on the grounds that there was no sign with that impact from their central command. 

Tending to writers on the turn of events, Ondo State Commissioner for Information, Donald Ojogo unveiled that notwithstanding the convenient intercession of authorities of government, especially Amotekun Commander and the Senior Special Assistant to the lead representative on Security Matters, the circumstance would have deteriorated to the degree of lynching and wilderness equity.

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