The International Federal Red Cross has indicated that it is ready to collaborate with the Osun Security Network Agency (Amotekun Corps) in training its personnel on first aid and safety.
The Director of International Federal Red Cross and Security, Abuja, Moses Taiwo made this known on Wednesday in Osogbo, during a visit to the Corps Commander of Osun Amotekun Corps, Brigadier General Bashir Adewinmbi.
Moses also lauded the corps for the wonderful accomplishment of the security outfit in the state in tackling criminals and marauders adding that it encouraged them to collaborate with the corps in first aid and safety during operation.
He said that the Red Cross is ready to partner with the relevant stakeholders in the state in curbing crime and first aid and safety for their personnel.
He asserted that the organisation is ready to educate the corps members on first aid and safety during operations.
"We are more determined for synergy and collaboration to collectively eradicate crimes across the board," Moses said.
The Corps Commander of Osun Amotekun Corps, General Bashir Adewinmbi said that Amotekun is ready to collaborate with the Red Cross in educating their personnel on first aid and safety.
He applauded the organisation for their acknowledgement of the corps and assured that the corps does not relent in protecting the lives and properties of the residents of the state.
He also assured the organisation of the safety of its personnel in the state as the Amotekun is ready to assist anytime the need arises.
"Osun has been peaceful for a very long time and Amotekun is in every nook and cranny of the state.
"The Osun Amotekun Corps is ready to collaborate with other security agencies to curtail crimes in the state," Adewinmbi asserted.