Amotekun begins 24-hour patrol on highways in Ondo

Operatives of the Amotekun Corps have begun a 24-hour patrol of the major highways in Ondo to forestall criminal activities, Corps Commander Adetunji Adeleye disclosed on Wednesday.

Mr Adeleye, who spoke while parading 45 suspects arrested for various crimes in the state, said that the major highways throughout the state are now safer for motorists to ply.

“As we speak now, we have put measures in place in order to ensure that our roads are safe from criminals, our patrol vehicles are moving round for 24 hours,” the Amotekun Commandant told journalists on Wednesday in Akure. 

Roads in Ondo became nightmare recently as bandits ramped up their nefarious activities, killing and kidnapping travellers for ransom.

The Akoko-Ose axis of the state, bordering Kogi and Edo states, have been particularly notorious as the haven for the criminals who waylay commuters at will.

A fortnight ago, some funeral guests who were returning from an event in Ewatto area…

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