Follow Ajimobi’s template, APC advises Makinde
Governor Seyi Makinde has been advised by the opposition APC in Oyo State to adopt the security template of the late former governor, Abiola Ajimobi, towards addressing security challenges in the state.
The party’s interim spokesman, AbdulAzeez Olatunde, on Tuesday in Ibadan said that Mr. Makinde should have built on the security template inherited from his predecessor to sustain peace in the state.
“Sen. Abiola Ajimobi came out with the novel OPERATION BURST during his tenure as the state governor.
“The effort secured Oyo State people for the eight solid years and the good people of the state attested to it with accolades at the expiration of his tenure,” he said.
The spokesman alluded that Ajimobi demonstrated strong will as a leader with no tolerance for violence, brigandage and destruction.
“In fact Ajimobi vowed to deal with anyone implicated in endemic and senseless conflicts which had in the past given the state a bad name.
“That was a serious government. From the above analysis, it is very clear that the Ajimobi led government fashioned out an ingenious means of banishing crime and criminality in the state,” he said.
He said that the recent upsurge in kidnap and murder cases in the state was a sign of weakness by the government.
“Today, it is the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) that is threatening to shut down its retail outlets in the state because one of its members was affected, who is next?
“This is why we are calling all concerned to advise Makinde to assume his responsibilities and leave politicking for the future,” he said.
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