According to report reaching OYOGist.com, Lawmakers at the Oyo State House of Assembly on Tuesday have allegedly raised the alarm over the rising cases of insecurity occasioned by killing of innocent citizens in some rural communities and rural areas in the state.
The lawmakers in their submissions noted with dismay the recent rate of killing of innocent citizens in some rural areas in the state. Those who expressed their fear and raised the alarm over the rising cases of insecurity in the state included, Hon. Kazeem Tunde Isiaka who represents Atiba Constituency, Majority leader, Hon. Sanjo Adedoyin, Deputy Speaker, Hon. Abiodun Fadeyi and the Minority Leader, Hon. Asimiyu Alarape.
Isiaka, while leading the call for the executive arm of government to address the incidents of killing in rural communities in the state, argued that some gunmen have been terrorizing parts of Akinyele and Oyo East local government areas of the state.
The Deputy Speaker, Hon. Abiodun Fadeyi in his submission insisted that whatever that is delaying the operation of Amotekun corps in the state should be addressed.
Alarape in his argument, urged the state government to begin the implementation of anti-grazing law.
“We have made two laws in the state, the Anti-grazing law and the Amotekun corps law. These two laws are not in operation. It has happened in Akinyele and it has happened in Ogbomoso, who knows where they will strike next? I want to use this opportunity to appeal to the state government to implement these two laws, the Anti-grazing and the Amotekun corps laws.
Speaker of the Assembly, Adebo Ogundoyin in his remarks, called on the executive arm of government to without wasting more time, implement the Anti-grazing law and the Amotekun corps law.