Ondo Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, has enjoined leaders of Ebira in the State to help security agencies flush out criminals among them.
The Governor spoke to the Ebira leaders at a close door meeting held at his office in Akure.
He was said to have summoned the leaders after some suspects arrested in connection to the June 5th terror attack at the St Francis Catholic church, Owo, were found to be Ebiras
Some recently kidnapped victims recounted that they were taken to farmsteads of the Ebiras.
Speaking to journalists after the meeting, Governor Akeredolu said he summoned the Ebira leaders in light of recent development of the June 5 attack in Owo and other kidnapping cases in the state.
Akeredolu told Ebira Community to rid themselves of criminals and deal with the situation the best way, so as to protect their name and integrity in the State.
Source: The Nation