Commenting on the governor's milk of kindness, the chairman of the organization, Chief Dr Chris Orie said that the act was a demonstration of governor Amosun's human face administration. According to him, since Governor Amosun came on board, he had made improvement in the quality of life of Ogun state residents top priority. He said that even the less privileged in the state have witnessed a new lease of life due to the governor's kindness.
According to him, the released prisoners should try to reciprocate the governor's kind gesture by being of good behavior and law abiding. He advised them to put all their thoughts and energies in the vocational training which the governor has promised them so that they would become useful to themselves, families and the world at large. According to him, that somebody has gone to prison does not mean that it is the end of the world, adding that with hard work, dedication, focus and being law abiding, they would still achieve their dreams on earth.
He tasked the governor on the de-congestion of the prisons in the state so that the prisons would begin to live like human beings.
"We the members of Non Yoruba Indigenes Empowerment Initiative in Ogun State commend Governor Ibikunle Amosun for granting amnesty to 60 prisoners to mark his 60th birthday. It is a very positive development. That is a testimony of the governor's milk of kindness. He is a man with a human heart and running a government with a human face. Everybody in Ogun State, even the less privileged can testify to improved quality of life since he came into power. We the Non Yoruba indigenes living in Ogun state are very proud of him.” Chief Orie said