JUST IN: Ibadan Mogaji Throws Weight Behind Makinde Over LG Dissolution, Charges FG To Decentralize Nig Police System
An Ibadan Mogaji who is also a successful businessman, Mogaji Olasomi Ademola Oladosu, has described the sacking of the defunct Oyo ALGON as an action in protection of true democracy.
Mogaji Oladosu while addressing newsmen in Ibadan, the Oyo state capital on Wednesday stated that the tension created by the attempt of forceful take over was avoidable if position of the law is duly followed by the sacked chairmen.
He said he agreed with action of governor Makinde because according to the governor, the chairmen were dissolved because the local government election conducted by former governor Abiola Ajimobi was Against a susbsisting court order restraining the ex governor from doing so.
He said that it was wrong for the Attorney General of the Federation Mr. Abubakar Malami (SAN), to dabble into Oyo state local government election matter knowing that the same matter is pending before the court of appeal.
He added that federal government should make and implement a policy that will decentralize the Nigerian police operations to states as federating units and security agencies in the country as a means of reducing widespread of insecurity across the nation.
He said that the Western Nigeria Security Network codenamed operation Amotekun was long overdue as its birth is aimed at supporting and complementing the mainstream security apparatus in the country at the local community level.
Mogaji Oladosu however praised governor Makinde for his giant strides since assumption of office as the governor of Oyo state, as well as several policies and programs that has been impacting and improving the quality of life of the people in the state.
He advised all parties concerned in the local government brouhaha to maintain the position of the law in order to let the law take its full course in order to avert further chaos in the state.