Oyetola to Osun residents: Do not harbour criminals
The Executive Governor of Osun state, Adegboyega Oyetola has cautioned residents especially non-natives living in the state against the shielding of criminals.
According to the state governor, suspicious movement must be reported to appropriate quarters in the interest of continued peaceful coexistence in the state.
This warning was issued by Governor Oyetola while speaking at the Governor’s Meeting held at Adenle Grammar School Ayetoro, Osogbo with representatives of non-indigenous communities resident in Osogbo Federal Constituency.
Addressing the participants at the meeting which include representatives of Hausa, Igbo, Tivs, Ebira, Igede, Igala, and Fulani, Oyetola, who was represented by his Special Adviser on Civic Engagement, Olatunbosun Oyintiloye, commended the non-indigenes in the state for their commitment to peace and stability, despite series of security challenges linked to non-indigenes in other places.
He said, “We reassure you of our resolve to further engender inclusive governance, peaceful coexistence as well as the security of all and sundry in the state. Don’t harbour criminals. Always report cases of breakdown of law to the appropriate authority on time.