Ogun VGN Passes Vote Of No Confidence On Commander Odogun, Places Ajibawo In Acting Capacity
By HABEEBAT AJAYI
The Vigilante Group of Nigeria, Ogun state has passed a vote of no confidence on it’s Commander, Prince Temitope Odogun over his absconding from duty for over three months.
The VGN in a Press conference in Abeokuta, the state capital on Friday lamented that Odogun’s absconding has left the Ogun VGN in state of awkwardness, making officers of the Command feel at low ebb.
According to the Command, the decision to pass vote of no confidence was passed at an emergency meeting held by the leadership of the VGN in Abeokuta, the state capital.
The command added that Odogun’s leadership failure had led to the degradation of VGN in the state, insisting that it could no longer bear the humiliation.
The letter of Vote of no confidence written by the Command read in part “We the membership of the Vigilante Group of Nigeria hereby respectfully passed a vote of no confidence on the leadership of Commander Prince Temitope Odogun.
It continues “This action was due to Odogun’s desertion, absconding and negligence of duty for months, making the officers feel at a low ebb, thereby not being included and respected due to his leadership failure”.
To this end, the state leadership of the Command has nominated Mr Matthew Ajibawo as the Acting Commander of VGN in the state.
Speaking with Journalists, Ajibawo disclosed that several efforts taken to call Odogun back to office proved abortive as his attitude showed that his passion for the Group had subsided.
His words “We had sent delegates to his house to know why he had decided to abscond but the response he gave them was unfavourable.
“He is yet to disclose his reasons for not coming to the office any longer.