So-Safe Corps mourns Amotekun Commander in Ogun


CITIZENS COMPASS – THE Ogun  State Community, Social Orientation and Safety Corps also known as So-Safe Corps has morning the passing away of the state Commander of the Local Security Network popularlly known as Amotekun, CP David Akinremi (Rtd), who died after a brief illness yesterday. 

The Coors made this known on Tuesday, June 27, in a statement, from the office of the State Commander of So-Safe Corps Commander (Dr) Soji Ganzallo through the office of the Director of Information and Public Relations of the Corps, Assistant Commander Moruf Yusuf.

It partly reads, “The death of CP David Akinremi (Rtd) could be likened to the sinking of the unsinkable and this is indeed a very big loss to Ogun State. We received the news with rude shock.

” Ganzallo, while eulogizing and describing the death of the late Pioneer Commander of Ogun State Security Network Agency codenamed Amotekun Corps, said since day one I met the Commander, we have been friends and brothers and he has played the role of a mentor to me and my management team till the time of his death.

“Uncle Dave, as I used to call him was a very open, blunt, wonderful, large hearted, intelligent, strategic, adaptable, adept and a very adventurous person. He was a man of integrity, who had passion for the security job, with  his love for Ogun State and Nigeria at large.”

Ganzallo noted that till the commander’s last breath, he believed Ogun State shall stand out among the comity of States in the Country security and safety wise. 

” His death has left an unhealing wound in our hearts. And we shall never forget the role he played to secure Ogun State.

” Meanwhile, we commiserate with  Prince Dapo Abiodun CON led Ogun State Administration and the family left behind by the late Commander of Amotekun. 

” We know it’s a big loss. But his good deeds and joint efforts in stabilizing Ogun State Security at the grassroots level lingers on in our memories. 

” We pray that the good Lord gives the wonderful family he left behind the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.”


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