Vandalization of police station in Kwara: Gov. AbdulRasaq sues for peace to attract development.

Warns against indiscipline, wanton destruction.

Michael Olanrewaju, Ilorin.

Sequel to the vandalization of Erin-Ile police station in Kwara State, Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq has sued for peace within the various communities in the State to attract development.

The Governor made the call on Thursday at a town hall meeting with the people of Erin-ile in Oyun Local Government Area of the State.

The Governor who was represented by his Deputy, Mr Kayode Alabi stated that development could not be recorded in a chaotic environment just as he appealed to the people to embrace peace.

He called on them to shun destructive tendencies and work for the progress of the town, the State and the country at large.

Noting that it is the responsibilities of the people to maintain and sustain a peaceful environment, he called on the people to be vigilant, respect constituted authority and security personnel.

This is just as he warned that the present administration would not condone indiscipline.

In his contribution, the Chief of Staff, Alhaji Aminu Logun said the team came to the town on the directive of Governor Abdulrazak.

Alhaji Logun appealed to the Youth to be orderly and respect the government.

Alhaji Logun condemned the vandalization of the police Station in the town.

The Elerin of Erin-ile, Oba AbdulGaniyu Ibrahim Ajibola Olusookun the second described the unruly behaviour of the Youth as disheartening.

Oba Ajibola assured that such would not repeat itself in the Community and prayed for the success of the present government.

One of the Aides to the Deputy Governor, Barrister Hassan Garuba who had his Secondary education in Erin-ile described the people of the town as loving and peaceful emphasised the need to adequately educate the youth.

The Deputy Chairman, All Progressives Congress (APC) in Oyun Local Government, Alhaji Tajudeen Abioye pledged their loyalty to the government calling on Elders to always educate and counsel the Youths.

Earlier in his address of welcome, Retired General Saliu Bello noted that Erin-ile has ever been known as a peaceful town and prayed for the success of the present administration.

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