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Those behind the effort to clamp down on voices of agitating for good governance and better security in the Yorubaland were on Saturday called to have a rethink, as coersion will not succedd.
This admonition was given by the leadership of Kiriji Heritage Defenders (KHD) at
Speaking at the Kiriji Battlefield, Imesi-Ile, Osun State in the following the investiture of Chief Chief Alebiosu Kalaowo as Aareogun Kiriji, said the group would collaborate with others with similar interests to ensure maximum security across the Yorubaland.
Kalaowo said the siege on the Yorubaland by armed bandits, with conventional security outfits appearing overwhelmed, had made it necessary for the people to rise to the occasion and complement government’s efforts.
Noted he: “The spirit of our ancestors are with Sunday Igboho, Gani Adams and other men working towards better security for the Yorubaland. Clampdown on just one of them will not end the agitation”.