Amotekun Places Ogun Borders On Surveillance, Ahead Of 2023 Polls
Ogun State Amotekun Corps says it is placing the state’s borders under surveillance, to prevent politicians from smuggling weapons into the state, ahead and during the 2023 polls.
According to the security outfit, the surveillance is being conducted along with other security agencies.
The State Amotekun Commander, retired Police Commissioner David Akinremi speaking to a Rockcity FM correspondent, Yemi Eniola, said the surveillance is being mounted to frustrate desperate politicians, ahead of the polls.
Akinremi also said the corps is mounting investigative surveillance to prevent the likely disruption of the ongoing electioneering campaign and the 2023 polls.
He warns politicians that the corps would deal decisively against any of them seeking to use political thugs during the ongoing electioneering campaign and the forthcoming polls.
The Amotekun commander also cautions parents and guardians in the state to monitor their wards to ensure that politicians do not use them for their selfish agenda, ahead of the 2023 polls.