He said, “Beyond legislative action is the need to take timeous executive action. For instance, stopping the SARS is an executive action because no law actually set up the SARS.

“The 5-point demand of the protesters has been passed to the presidential committee and they agreed to it and we are expecting implementation.

“In terms of implementation, it is faster for the executive arm of government to make implementation.”

The lawmaker representing Osun Central Senatorial District said the #ENDSARS protests which have led to traffic gridlock in some parts of the country are proof that the country’s security apparatus should be decentralised.