Following the Bill establishing the Ondo State Security Network Agency and Amotekun Corps, Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, announced the appointment of High Chief Adetunji Olu Adeleye as the Agency’s Commander. He is a retired Deputy Commandant-General of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC). The Agency was passed by the state House of Assembly and signed into law by the governor.

Otunba Adetunji Olu Adeleye, is a successful entrepreneur and former top Security officer of NSCDC. The seasoned Administrator and Electrical engineer hails from Owo in Ondo State. Born in Ibadan Oyo State over six decades ago, Otunba Adeleye is a fellow institute of security of Nigeria (FISN), Fellow, terrorism research center (FTRC), Research Fellow in counter terrorism and anti-guerilla warfare, Member Institute of Management (NIM), Fellow institute of corporate management of Nigeria (FICMN).

He is a man of many honours and awards with chieftaincy tittles to his achievements both in carrier, socio-cultural endeavors and humanitarian services. A philanthropist per excellence and intelligence personified.

Among his numerous carrier experiences with very robust paramilitary background are; Assistant intelligent officer/PZO, Ondo State Command (1998), Assistant Commandant, National security and civil Defence Ondo State Command (1990), Personal Assistant /COMDT, Commandant General (NHO) (1993), Commandant PSO1, National Headquarters (NSCDC) (1995), Assistant Commandant General Intelligence, National Headquarters (2000). Deputy Commandant General, National Headquarters (2001). Two term of 10 years Former National President of Licensed Electrical Contractors Association of Nigeria (LECAN).

Contributions while in service

During the struggle for conversion of Civil Defence from a voluntary organization into a full fledge paella-military, Chief Adetunji was the chairman of the committee entrusted to pursue the processes. He solely led the committee on finance sourcing towards the sustainability organization. He personally pursued and lobbied the sponsorship of the bill through the then Senate Chief whip, Senator Roland Owei from Edo State. He consistently sought the assistance of the Senator until the bill sailed through both in lower and upper chamber of the National Assembly after which it was finally signed and gazetted into law.

He is happily married with children