Governors in the south west region have developed a new security system to secure the six states in the region from further security challenges.
Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State who made this known, says the new security architecture will be unveiled before the end of August.
Makinde spoke on the issue in Ibadan at a special thanksgiving service in honour of his mother, Mrs Abigael Makinde at Saint Paul Anglican Church, Yemetu.
The proposed security architecture was submitted to the governors during their last meeting held in Akure, the Ondo State capital.
Also, the south east states governors forum has unveiled a joint security platform to enhance security in the region.
A part of the package is the establishment of forest guards to monitor the rural areas of the region.
Also, they agreed to clear up to 50 metres from roads in the region into bushes in order for motorists to have clear view of roads ahead in every locality.
The forum Chairman, Dave Umahi, announcing the decision at the end of a meeting of the forum in Enugu.
Umahi also announces plan to secure the oil pipeline passing through the region to the NNPC depot in Enugu from attacks and vandals.