Why I sacked Auxiliary as PMS boss, Makinde breaks silence

Governor Seyi Makinde: Why I Sack Auxillary As PMS oss

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Following the conflict of interest that developed between Governor Seyi Makinde and Alhaji Mukaila Lamidi, aka Auxiliary, the former head of the Park Management System’s disciplinary committee in Oyo state, the governor has spoken out about why he fired the PMS boss, claiming that a state cannot have two governments.
The governor revealed this on Sunday at a prayer of gratitude conducted at the Cathedral of St. Peter in Aremo, Ibadan, to celebrate his Omituntun 2.0.

Recall that Makinde announced the dissolution of the PMS led by the former NURTW chairman on Tuesday through his former chief of staff, Segun Ogunwuyi.

On the other side, the Oyo Police Command issued a wanted notice for Auxillary in connection with attempted murder, causing great bodily injury, selling weapons, murder, armed robbery, and kidnapping along the Oke-ogun and Ibarapa axis of the State.

The governor claimed that by dissolving PMS, he used the heavy stick because he believed that no important work could be done in an uneasy environment.

However, Makinde promised the congregation during the Thanksgiving service that the government will make all necessary changes to the PMS to guarantee that those stirring up problems were dealt with.

The governor declared, “We contacted them and informed them the new Oyo State we want. Before the previous election, it wasn’t as if there were no thugs.

We don’t want them to fight amongst themselves or to constantly break out of our garages.

“We advised them to refrain from fighting. If we are re-elected, we’ll make sure to bring you together so that everyone may obtain what is theirs and the government can run in a peaceful environment.

However, one of them said he couldn’t cooperate with others. I thus said that there will only be one government in the state since two governments cannot coexist.

The governor said that all of his accomplishments during his first tenure required God’s help.

The improvement of people’s conditions, he said, is what matters most in Omituntun 2.0, and the government must take all reasonable steps to make this improvement painless and conducive to compliance.

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