Following the rumored invitation of southwest governors yesterday, the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has endorsed the Operation Amotekun
Naija TODAY News reports that, amid alleged ‘ethnic fears’, the yoruba governors had been summoned for explanation ahead of today’s launch.
According to The PUNCH, the endorsement of the security initiative followed the visit by Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State to the IG at the force headquarters in Abuja on Wednesday.
Fayemi, who is also the Chairman of the Nigeria Governor’s Forum reportedly met with Adamu where they discussed the operational modalities for the regional security outfit which would be inaugurated in Ibadan, Oyo State, on Thursday (today).
A source said, “Governor Fayemi has met with the IG and both men agreed on the need for the security outfit to take off as soon as possible to address the security challenges in the South-West. They also discussed the technical details and the IG fully endorsed the initiative.”
The police spokesman, DCP Frank Mba, failed to respond to inquiries on the regional security outfit as calls to his phone rang out. He had yet to respond to a text message as of the time of filing this report.