The Assistant Inspector General of Police Zone 11 commended the efforts of Monsurat Ajoke Foundation on her determination to get justice for the less privilege in the society.
The AIG made this statement when the foundation pay him a courtesy in his office. Inspector Oyeleye Oyebade said,”I will refer to you as Joe odumakin of our dear state” and there is no way to appreciate your efforts than to encourage, support and pray for God to reward you abundantly.
While, advising the Foundation, AIG said, the campaign should be taken to the nooks and crannies of the state, especially rural areas and promised the services of the Nigerian Police in the state to the Foundation, he latter summoned his boys to distribute MAF letter of support to all police stations and posts across the state.
He said, the population of women according to recent statistics is 68% against men which is put at 32% noting that this has put pressure on all of us to work towards fighting for their right.
“Whatever that happens to 68% of population will definitely have effect on the whole population and that’s why we must defend them against any attack and abuse”.
In her opening remarks, the Coordinator of the Foundation, Mrs. Monsurat Ajoke said, her experience spurred her to fight for the less privileged in the society, saying hundreds are dying of abuses and nobody is there to speak for them, hence the inspiration to take the challenge up in order to stop the sufferings of the voiceless and powerless one .