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Buhari fighting insecurity, restoring good governance – Ekiti Oba, Olatunde

Onimesi of Imesi-Ekiti in Gbonyin Local Government Area of Ekiti, Oba Olatunji Olatunde, has hailed President Muhammadu Buhari for his fight against insecurity.

The traditional ruler also commended the efforts of Buhari at restoring good governance at the highest level.

Olatunde said the campaign against corruption and the gradual restoration of peace across the nation were laudable.

He spoke on Saturday at Imesi-Ekiti at the installation of Lt. Victor Agunbiade, of the U.S. Navy, as Jagunmolu of Imesi Kingdom.

The Oba noted that the government was doing its best to curtail insecurity and has evidence of positive results.

Our common enemy is insecurity, but the citizens can see that the Federal Government is making efforts at combating the menace,” NAN quoted him saying.

The monarch explained that Agunbiade was honoured due to his contributions toward the development of Imesi-Ekiti.

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