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Amotekun Arrests 400 Criminals In Ongoing “Operation Clean Up” Ondo State

At least 400 suspected criminals were arrested by the Ondo state security outfit codenamed Amotekun.

The security outfit announced that the suspects were arrested in the ongoing “Operation Clean up” in the state.

This was announced in a statement by the state commander of the security corps, Chief Adetunji Adeleye in Akure, the state capital.

Adeleye said:

“We started from the state capital and combed all the black spots and made over 400 arrests before we headed to the local government areas and concentrated on the Northern Senatorial District where we embarked on 24 hours patrol

“We engaged the services of local hunters and vigilante to join our men and patrol the forest.

“Substantially, we were also able to drive out the bad guys in recent times. You will find out that most of the kidnap cases you get nowadays are at the border.

“We have put out searchlight and we have mapped out security strategies to checkmate the activities of those bad people.

“Ose local government area has a boundary with Edo and Kogi States and it offers easy to access way out. But we are checking them.

” We are getting ready for a massive onslaught against criminals, particularly in Ajowa-Ifira axis in the four local governments in Akoko such that once we finish our clearance operation, there will be no criminal activities like before. You know there is no society that is crime-free.


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