The bill for the establishment ofEkiti state Security Network Agency and Amotekun Corps have been passed on Friday, Feb. 14, by the Ekiti State House of Assembly. At the resumption of plenary on Friday, the House Committee on Security and Special Duties after Thursday's public hearing on the bill presented its report.
The report was subsequently adopted by the Committee of the house, then the Bill went into the third reading, which is passed through. The speaker of the house, FunminiyiAfuye revealed that the assembly would soon transmit the bill to Governor KayodeFayemifor assent.
"I know we have a governor that can be described as Amotekun and he will give the bill the necessary supports and implementation. I want to assure you that the bill will be transmitted to the state governor for this assent as soon as possible. You know we have to send a clean copy and I can assure you that will be done very soon and he will be invited for the signing," Afuye said.