Abiodun noted that the previous security trust fund failed under the last administration “because of governance issues.” Nigeria OgunState DapoAbiodun Security
The governor said he had sent a bill for an amendment of the law establishing the trust fund to avoid a repeat of what happened to the fund under the last administration.Abiodun noted that the previous security trust fund failed under the last administration “because of governance issues.”
He said: “We amended the law that set up our security trust fund to have appropriate governance. We realised that the previous security trust fund failedand we thought we needed to look at that.“We are determined to make this state safe for ourselves, citizens, visitors, residents and investors. We will not tolerate lawlessness under any guise. We will not tolerate indiscipline and we will not tolerate cultism.”
The governor, who vowed not to interfere in how the fund is being managed, further said: “In the mean time, we have also appointed auditors because it is not a case of me the governor calling on the members of the trust fund to go and buy this and go and buy that.
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