Kogi APC Chieftain, Ogah, Donates Security Gadgets, 25 Motorcycles To Vgilantees, Calls For Synergy To Combat Insecurity

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Chief Anthony Ogah has called on well-meaning individuals and the people of Kogi to support Government’s efforts at tackling insecurity threatening our communities, just as he said that security issues should not be left to government alone.
Chief Ogah made the call while announcing the donation of 25 motorcycles and walkie talkie to boost the Kogi state Government efforts at tackling insecurity. 
“Within the limit of the resources available to the Government of Kogi State, it is doing its best and has so far achieved remarkable success. However, the Government cannot do it alone, as it needs to the support of well-spirited individuals.”
He also encouraged the people and community leaders to offer useful information on criminals or people living above their means, so as to aid the work of the security agencies.
The philanthropist cum politician admonished youths in the area to acquire skills that will empower them for a brighter future, instead of taking to criminal enterprise, which has an expiring date. 
“Every crime has expiring date but acquiring skills will prepare you for a life of self-sustainance in the future. Though, it may not pay immediately, but in the longrun, you will be better for it. 
“Looking back at the last 10 years, you will discover that crime does not pay. Those who made life miserable for people by perpetuating all kinds of crimes, where are they today?, Chief Ogah, queried.
The 25 motorcycles and Walkie Talkies will be handed over to Community Leaders for the use of the Vigilatees.

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