The Ondo State Safety Community Company in any other case often known as Amotekun Corps, have seized 100 cows after its homeowners flouted the open grazing legislation of the State.
Commander of the Amotekun Corps in Ondo State, Adetunji Adeleye mentioned the cows have been seized after Amotekun operatives responded to a misery name of cows blocking the Ilesa-Akure expressway.
Adeleye mentioned the herdsmen took to their heels upon sighting the operatives of the Amotekun Corps, abandoning their cows. He added that it took his males about 30 kilometres stroll to regulate the cows to the corps’ headquarters in Akure, the State capital.
“Our males managed the cows to the headquarters of our workplace which was about 30 kilometers from the purpose they have been intercepted.
“We should always take word that our males are in all of the 18 native authorities areas and we’re on 24 hours patrol. We arrived on the scene promptly.”
The Amotekun Commander additionally alleged that some kidnappers use unlawful cattle grazing as a ploy to waylay and kidnap harmless residents of the state.