By Precious Oluwole
Ondo State House of Assembly has appealed to the United Nations, the Federal Government and other intervention Agencies to come to the aid of Ayetoro in llaje Local Government Area of Ondo State over inceasant sea incursion.
The house made this call at a plenary presided over by the Speaker, Rt. Hon. Bamidele Oleyelogun on Wednesday.
According to Hon. Abayomi Akinruntan representing ILAJE constituency 1, people in the affected communities have been rendered homeless and displaced.
The Lawmakers, however, espressed their fear over the sea incursion which has made the people of the community lost their properties.
To prevent the affected areas from going into annihilation, the House solicited for urgent intervention of the United Nations, world bank and other intervention agencies as the matter is beyond the State Government.
The House also called on to the agrieved people in Ikare Akoko crisis to bury their hatchet and allow peace to reign in their communities.
While calling on the traditional rulers and relevant stakeholders in the communities to intercede to the crisis, the House also sympathized with the affected people.
In the same vein, the House also called on the Security Agencies over the incessant rate of kidnapping in Ose local government area of the State to put more efforts and fish out the perpetrators.
The Lawmakers also sympathised with the family of the Adelegbes and others who were affected by the evil act and prayed for quick release of those who are still in the captivity of the kidnappers.
Also, the lawmkers expressed their dissatisfaction over the unauthorized usage of Ondo State House of Assembly plate numbers and vehicles with tinted glasses, urging on the security Agents to seize such vehicles with immediate effects.
The House has charged all Okada riders operating in the State to register their motorcycles so as to know those who are genuine motorcyclist for safety.
The House also appreciated the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC on its effort at bringing back electricity back to the affected areas in the Southern Senatorial District of the State.