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Insecurity: Oyetola charges citizens to help build violence-free society


Osun Governor, Adegboyega Oyetola has sought the support of residents in the fight against insecurity in the state.Oyetola made the charge in a statement signed by the Special Adviser on Civic Orientation to the Governor, Olatunbosun Oyintiloye.

Speaking at the Isale-Agbe Community recently, he noted that the government requires the efforts of the citizens to ensure a violence-free society.

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“It is generally believed that insecurity has become a topical issue in the national discourse, hence the need to pursue it as a common course and proactively work towards a society that is free of threat and violence,” he said.

Oyintiloye, in his speech, highlighted the efforts of the people of Osun to ensure that the Land of Virtue remains the peace-loving state it is and reiterated that the time to tame threats against the peace of the state is now.

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“As we are all aware that Osun remains one of the most peace-loving states, and this has been made possible as a result of our frantic efforts rooted in communal love and peaceful dispositions of the state residents.

“As a people, there is no such time than now for us to develop a holistic approach towards taming every threat to our harmonious and peaceful coexistence”, says Oyintiloye – quoted by Daily Post.

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