Owo Attack: Akeredolu says FG’s conclusion on ISWAP hasty

Owo Attack: Akeredolu Speaks On FG’s Conclusion

The Governor of Ondo State, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu has described the Federal Government pronouncement of Islamic State’s West Africa Province (ISWAP) as the group behind the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Owo massacre as too hasty.Information Guide Nigeria

Akeredolu said this is hard to believe as ISWAP is known for claiming responsibility for their attacks.

He said, “The statement is too hasty. I take their conclusion with a pinch of salt. ISWAP don’t hide their attacks. If they have done it, they would have owned up. We are yet to know their identity and our security people are still on their trail”.

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THE GUARDIAN reports that Akeredolu said this while speaking yesterday during a virtual interaction with Christian Solidarity International (CSI), a Swiss-based Christian human rights organisation.

According to THE GUARDIAN, Akeredolu refused to accept the National Security Council (NSC)’s conclusion adding that the attack was a crime against humanity.

While speaking on the need to establish a state police, he said: “A single police command can not guarantee safety in this country. We must have state police now.

”We are doing our best with Amotekun. But Amotekun is suffering a lot of limitations in getting all the equipment needed to fight these criminals.”Jamb Result

He added that the government is committed to help the victims of the attack, particularly those who lost their loved ones and those on admission in the hospital.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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