Works on Amotekun Bill has reached final state.
Fayemi,the governor of Ekiti State gave the hint.
He did, while receiving the Ekiti State Amotekun Bill from the state Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Wale Fapohunda, and a team from the Ministry of Justice.
The governor, who hailed the Ekiti AG and his colleagues in the South-West states for the job, said, “My colleagues and I were still in discussion yesterday (Sunday) and we have promised ourselves that this will be given accelerated discussion in our various state executive councils this week and we will also send it expeditiously to our various houses of assembly this week.
“We are discussing with our speakers who have been waiting for this. Some of them are even recalling their members from recess in order to give this an accelerated passage in the various legislatures so that latest by Friday, February 14, the bill that hopefully would have been passed into law would be assented to simultaneously in the six states of the South-West.
“I hope that members of the Ekiti State Executive Council will give it expeditious treatment and we will be able to ensure that a team of the Commissioner for Regional Development, Ayodele Jinadu; and the Special Adviser on Security, Brig. Gen. Ebenezar Ogundana (retd), can immediately start the implementation.
You news learnt President, Muhammadu Buhari has assented and the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has already communicated to the various formations of the police force across Nigeria