Hon Segun Dokun Odebunmi, Chairman House of Reps Committee on Information, National Orientiation, Ethics and Value has described collaboration between Nigerian Police and the Oodua Peoples Congress OPC in protecting yorubaland as a development that will yield positive result
The Federal lawmaker representing Surulere /Ogo Oluwa Fededal Constituency at the National Assembly however task the leadership of the OPC to put the neccesary machinery in place to ensure smooth operation and success of the agenda
Hon Odebunmi while speaking as a special guest at the National Coordinating Council of the OPC held in Ogbomoso said ” Inspector General’s pronouncement is a statement that OPC is a credible organization that is fighting the interest of yorubaland . He added.
He said security is about information and networking, ” the OPC members resides in the society, with thier involvement now, they will be able to embark on thorough surveilance and activities in their area which will help them and the police special squd on banditory in discovery and arresting the culprits
Hon Odebumi stressed further that ” The south west governors should also ensure promopt provision of logistic and other necesarry support for the team.
He however commended the Governors and the Inspector General od police for deeming it fit to organise a securit summit and coming out with a concrete resolution that will chase out criminals from the region.
The Federal lawmaker however appeal to members of the OPC not to embark on jungle justice but handed over anybody found guilty of criminal offence to the appropiate authority
In a similar development the National Cordinator of the Oodua Peoples Congress OPC, Aare Gani Adams said OPC members should renew their charms and be ready to to work with police in combing the forest and fish out criminals in the region .
He express optimism that OPC will corporate with other organization as a team to restored safety of lives and properties in Yorubaland
- He commended Hon Odebunmi for his commitment to his constituency and Ogbomosoland .