My Administration Will Relaunch Operation Burst Within First 100 Days In Office – Makinde

Engineer Seyi Makinde, Oyo State Governor
By; BAYO AKAMO, Ibadan
Governor Seyi Makinde on Wednesday disclosed that his administration will relaunch the Oyo State Joint Task Force on Security, (Operation Burst ) which was established by the immediate past administration of Senator Abiola Ajimobi
The governor in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr Taiwo Adisa made available to newsmen declared that the relaunch was part of the moves by his administration  to quickly turn around the security architecture of Oyo State in order to open up the state for foreign investors.

According to the governor. the relaunch of Operation Burst is to come up within the first 100 days in office of his administration so as to guarantee investors of a peaceful and conducive environment.

 “Let me use this opportunity to appreciate the good work you have been doing in this state. For us in Oyo state, you have allowed our people to have confidence in your outfit. I asked people to give me complaints about the outfit but they were neither here nor there” he said.
Governor Makinde added, “this administration has four main pillars with Agric value chain as a key aspect to promote foreign investment. But we will be very limited in our drive if people come here and they do not have a conducive atmosphere to do their business.”
“What is there for us to do is to redesign the security architecture to ensure adequate security for our people. Nobody will invest in an atmosphere of insecurity.The challenge of herdsmen and farmers kidnapping, killings will basically make the environment more challenging.”
The governor pointed out. “we appreciate the fact that if we want to achieve all the other pillars we have mentioned, the security needs to be taken seriously. We have a lot of work to do as regards security.”
“I am in a hurry to bring investors to Oyo State and I want them to see a new dawn and a new Oyo State. I am disposed to beef up this outfit and ensuring that you have enough men to help you and you can always count on us that we will take your welfare seriously.”


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