Governor Seyi Makinde, of Oyo State, says the South-West governors and the Inspector-General of Police have agreed to meet and review the
operation of ‘Amotekun’ in the region.

Makinde, who announced this to journalists after his visit to the
Police Chief in Abuja, said they deliberated and had an agreement in
principle to have the governors of the South-West to meet with him to
review the situation.

In a similar development, Governor David Umahi, of Ebonyi State, said
the South-East regional security outfit has been formed to protect lives and property.

Umahi, who is also the Chairman of the South-East Governors’ Forum,
spoke when he hosted the General Officer Commanding, 82-Division of
the Nigerian Army, Major-General Lasisi Adegboye at the Government
House, Abakaliki.

The Forum said the need for total re-evaluation of the security
architecture in the region informed the formation of the joint security to ensure adequate security.