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Go Back To Sleep, Amotekun Has Come To Stay – Soyinka Tells FG

Prof. Soyinka says Amotekun is a result of meetings to curb menace in the South West region
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Go Back To Sleep, Amotekun Has Come To Stay - Soyinka Tells FG
Go Back To Sleep, Has Come To Stay – Soyinka Tells FG

Nobel Laurette and Human Rights Activist, , on Wednesday derided the Attorney General of the Federation, , for saying the South West security network, Amotekun, is illegal.

Odunews.com had earlier reported that Malami criticised the stting up of the security network tagging it illegal and unconstitutional.

Go Back To Sleep, Amotekun Has Come To Stay - Soyinka Tells FG
Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami said “Amotekun” is illegal and unconstitutional

Reacting to the FG’s stance, Soyinka said the supplementary security outfit launched in Ibadan last week, came up as a result of series of meetings by the leaders of the region to curb insecurity issues that the existing security bodies have not been able to put an end to.

Go Back To Sleep, Amotekun Has Come To Stay - Soyinka Tells FG
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The Nobel Laureate prize winner made this known at the ongoing press conference at his Kongi’s Harvest Art Gallery, Freedom Park, Lagos, opposing the Justice Minister and Attorney-general of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, who declared the security outfit illegal.

“Amotekun is a result of meetings to curb menace in the region,” he said.

“Some people who have been sleeping all this time, taking belated actions while villages are been wiped out are now telling us this…that people do not have right to flush out the evil ones among them which the exiting security outfits have not been able to do.”

“I think they should go back to sleep because Amotekun has come to stay,” he added.

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