The Oyo State Governor, Engineer Seyi Makinde, has pledged his administration’s continued support to security agencies in their fight against insecurity in the state and Nigeria in general.
Makinde made the pledge on Monday, while receiving AVM Charles Ohwo, the Air Officer Commanding, Logistics Command, Ikeja, Lagos, in his office, at the State Secretariat, Ibadan.
The governor said the country had been going through a difficult period and that the current set of leaders of in the country had been quite challenged.
He said that the names of members of the Armed Forces would be written in gold for their efforts in stemming the tide of insecurity at this point in the nation’s history.
The governor also lauded the Nigerian Air Force for its unalloyed cooperation in keeping the state safe, noting that his administration had been enjoying a cordial relationship with the Air Force.
Ohwo, who led other Air Force officers on the courtesy visit, assured the governor that the Air Force would be willing and ready to contribute its quota to ensure that South-West, especially Oyo State, is safe.
He appreciated the governor for supporting Air Force, in the donations of a piece of land for the Air Force Base, new school building, transformer and other equipment.