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Oyebanji Meets Service Chiefs Amid Insecurity in Ekiti

Governor Biodun Oyebanji of Ekiti State has convened a crucial meeting with select service chiefs in response to recent security challenges within the state.

The meeting comes in the wake of alarming incidents, including the kidnapping of six school pupils and their teachers, as well as the tragic killings of two traditional rulers by bandits.

The escalating security threats have heightened concerns about the safety and well-being of residents in Ekiti State, prompting urgent action from government authorities.

Governor Oyebanji’s initiative to engage with service chiefs underscores the gravity of the situation and the need for coordinated efforts to address the root causes of insecurity.

As communities grapple with the aftermath of these distressing events, the governor’s meeting signals a proactive approach towards enhancing security measures and safeguarding the lives of citizens.

The discussions between Governor Oyebanji and service chiefs are expected to focus on strategies for bolstering law enforcement capabilities, intelligence gathering, and community engagement initiatives.

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