Alhaji (Dr) Haruna Maiyasin Katsina, the Seriki Shasha, has applauded the Amotekun Officers of Oyo state for their professional handling of the restoration and maintenance of law and order in Sasha, Akinyele, Ibadan.
He made this remark during a courtesy visit by the second in command of the corp Mr Akinro Kazeem Babalola and the Media Officer of Amotekun, Oyo state on Wednesday, the 16th of February, 2021.
The Seriki Shasha appreciated the Amotekun corps for their endeavours in the protection of lives and properties of innocent citizens in the recent crisis that encapsulated the community.
He offered prayers against a repetition of such catastrophe.
He also lauded the efforts of Seyi Makinde for seeking lasting peaceful resolve in the community.
Alhaji Ado, the Seriki Hausa of Akinyele, also expressed his satisfaction at the mannerisms by which Amotekun operatives executed their duties without fear or favour.
He further added that early doubts that plagued their creation as a security outfit has been nullified by these acts of theirs.
This same commendation was made by the Kara Hausa Community in Akinyele Alhaji Umaru Jayil, then Alhaji Yaro Abubakar the chairman of the Hausa community in Akinyele appreciated the governor, Engr. Seyi Makinde and illustrated him as a true and reliable leader.
While advising the Amotekun operatives to continue the run of their good works of protecting the residents without tribal, belief, or status biases.
The Kara while instructing people to disprove rumours that Amotekun operatives were co-operating with the hoodlums also celebrated the Amotekun Officers at Akinyele, and their coordinator Mr Sunday Babalola for their swift response.
Responding to all these words, the second in command of Amotekun, Oyo state corps Mr Akinro Babalola asked the Seriki Sasha and every well-meaning member of the community to continue to help extinguish the bad and criminal elements in the community and Oyo state. Stating further the readiness of Amotekun, Oyo state to collaborate with the community to curb crimes.