The Governor of Ondo State, Arakurin Oluwarotimi Akeredola has declared a 24-hour curfew in Ikare-Akoko area of Ondo State following the violence in the community Sunday, May 2, 2021.
This was announced in a Press release signed by the State’s Commissioner of Information and Orientation, Donald Ojogo. In the press release the governor urged the people in the community to stay indoor for a period of 24 hours.
Donald Ojogo in his press release said “The curfew takes effect from 6.00pm today, May 5, 2021.”
The governor also warned that anyone that contravenes or violates the order will definitely face the wrath of the law as security agencies are deployed and mandated to enforce the curfew accordingly.
The government also suspended all activities in the community including the Olokoja chieftaincy. He added that no one should parade himself as the OLOKOJA chief during the time of the curfew or engaging in any promotional activities that is related to the chieftaincy. He emphasized that the directive takes immediate effect.
Adedokun Boluwatife an undergraduate of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba akoko is A writer, a campus journalist. she’s passionate concerned about influencing the world positively with the power of pen.