The Oyo State governor, Seyi Makinde, has received several accolades from the citizens of Oyo and Nigerians at large over his support to help Amotekun tackle insecurity.
The governor recently handed over several motorcycles and vehicles to the Oyo State Amotekun Corps to help in the fight against insecurity in the state.
Today, we handed over 33 additional operational vehicles and 396 motorcycles to the Oyo State Amotekun Corps. 351 motorcycles are for each ward in Oyo State, while 45 motorcycles go to the headquarters. We will continue to support Amotekun to secure every part of our state. pic.twitter.com/yK31q85DoB
— Seyi Makinde (@seyiamakinde) December 15, 2020
The people of Oyo State and Nigerians at large have showered several praises to the governor for his good works in the state.
My remarks during the handover of 33 additional operational vehicles and 396 motorcycles to the Oyo State Amotekun Corps, yesterday.
— Seyi Makinde (@seyiamakinde) December 16, 2020
See some tweets below:
Why do other governors present their state situations as if they are using their personal resources to run the state?
Where is @seyiamakinde getting all these resources and yet the state is prospering.
May conclude that Governor Seyi Makinde is God sent to the Oyo State
— John Erinle (@JohnErinle4) December 15, 2020
Sir can you have a seminar for Nigerian governors and teach them good governance?
— Cyberterror☠ (@officialomolewa) December 15, 2020
Hey God!!! See better planning governor oo… shows Oyo is ready for any attack oo which south east or south south governor is thinking in this director?? Rather na 2023 dey there mind
— Ezegburugburu (@ezeumunna1) December 16, 2020
May the good GOD bless your effort to protect your ancestral land from ravaging extremist Islamic fanatics
— Ukairo Onu.kc Tukur Ogbu (@tGNhard) December 16, 2020
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@elrufai @GovUmarGanduje @GovernorMasari @ShehuSani this's d type of equipments d north needs to tackle insecurity in d region, imagine having 351 vehicles deployed along Abuja- Kaduna-Kano road kidnappers will surely have a rethink
— Isah Abdulmumeen (@saturnhill) December 16, 2020