….As Corps reopens Popular Night Club in Akure

The Southwest Security Network popularly known as Amotekun Corps has commenced inter-border patrol across Ondo, Osun, Ekiti and Ogun states.

Meeting at Owena boundary town between Ondo and Osun State, the Corps Commanders of the two states, Akogun Adetunji Adeleye and Brigadier-General Bashiru Adewimbi, briefed the second-in-command of both states on how to synergize in making the operation smooth.

Speaking with newsmen, Akogun Adeleye noted that the joint patrol became necessary to protect from criminals vehicles and committees who would be travelling during the Yuletide.

Amotekun officials would be stationed in Ore/Ogun, Iju/Ikere-Ekiti, Owena/Osun states brother lines among others all through the season.

Brigadier-General Adewimbi stated that they were poised to make the region uncomfortable for criminals.


Ondo State government has warned all night club owners in the state to be wary of criminals that might want to use their Clubs as hideouts before going out for operation.

Corps Commander, Ondo State Security Network also known as Amotekun, Akogun Adetunji Adeleye gave the warning while declaring the reopening of Bola Komo night club in Akure, the Ondo state capital.

It would be recalled, that the popular night Club was shut by the Ondo state government in September over security reports that some criminals were hibernating in the club.

He explained that the night club was reopened on the order of the state Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, but that it must operate within the ambit of the law.

According to Akogun Adeleye, “I have the order of the state Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, to reopen your club but with some conditions.

” You must operate peacefully without disturbing the peace of other residents around here.

“You must follow all environmental laws of the land and under no condition must you allow criminals to hibernate in your club.

“You must not hinder but cooperate with security operatives whenever there’s need for them to come around,” the Corps Commander said.

The management of the club, who was on ground when the Amotekun commander visited promised to abide by all the conditions handed down by the state government.

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