HARD TARGET: Without Guns, Machetes, SEE How Amotekun Group Will Use 'Snakes', 'Bees' To Fight Bandits - Mc Ebisco HARD TARGET: Without Guns, Machetes, SEE How Amotekun Group Will Use 'Snakes', 'Bees' To Fight Bandits - Mc Ebisco
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HARD TARGET: Without Guns, Machetes, SEE How Amotekun Group Will Use ‘Snakes’, ‘Bees’ To Fight Bandits

The chairman of the Oyo State Western Nigerian Security Network, General Kunle Togun (retired), also known as Amotekun, has threatened to use poisonous snakes and bees to attack the robbers plaguing the state and its environs.

The Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, claimed on Friday that the worrisome wave of insecurity has scared away both domestic and foreign investors, depriving Nigeria of the benefit of luring direct investments.

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Meanwhile, the Nigerian armed forces, alongside their counterparts from the police, Department of State Services (DSS), Civil Defense, and other security agencies have started conducting raids on hotspots both inside and outside the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) in an effort to eliminate terrorists, bandits, kidnappers, and other criminals terrorizing the peace of the area.

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Without Guns, SEE What Amotekun Wants To Use And Fight Bandits In Nigerian State

According to LEADERSHIP, General Kunle Togun (retired), Chairman of the Oyo State Western Nigerian Security Network, popular known as Amotekun, has threatened to employ poisonous snakes and bees to assault robbers plaguing the state and surrounding areas.

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Togun, who made this claim while delivering a lecture at the Oke- Ogun Development Consultative Forum (ODCF) special meeting held over the weekend in Otu Township Hall, Otu, Itesiwaju local government area of the state, urged the Federal Government to permit the group’ s members to use AK- 47s and other common weapons to combat banditry in the Southwestern states.

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