In Entertainment News by stephen abiodun on the 21st, July, 2020

Amotekun will use supernatural energy to fight insecurity – Ekiti commandant

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THE Commandant of the Ekiti State Safety Community code-named Amotekun, Brig.-Gen. Joe Komolafe (rtd), has stated the corps will use supernatural and trendy safety methods to fight banditry, kidnapping and different crimes.

He spoke yesterday at Efon Alaaye throughout a sensitisation tour of Ekiti West, Efon Alaaye and Ijero native governments.

The commandant stated the safety outfit would use historic Yoruba techniques of securing territories and fishing out criminals from their hideout.

He stated neglect of native and historic patterns of exposing criminals was one of many components answerable for the rising case of crimes.

Komolafe urged monarchs to deploy supernatural prowess to safe individuals’s lives and belongings.

Describing Amotekun as a drive of liberation, he stated the safety outfit would shield Southwest individuals from invaders, who had constituted risk to the area.

Talking concerning the composition of the safety outfit, Komolafe stated the primary part of the recruitment was to ascertain an intelligence-based outfit and later accommodate Amotekun ambassadors, who would function informants of the company.

He stated there could be no age restrict to those that would make up the ambassadorial class.

Figuring out Amotekun as an indigenous outfit, Komolafe stated: “We would like individuals that may enter the bush and provides us native intelligence about criminals’ hideout.

“Folks earlier than us rose and fought invaders. We additionally need to rise and battle invaders. These invaders got here with all types of impunity; they kill, maim, rape and destroy farm produce.”

Supply: The Nation

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