Killings of Ekiti Monarchs, Collective Wound Felt  In Yorubaland – Ex rep Ogunlola 

Former member of the National Assembly, Hon Wumi Ogunlola  has described  the killings of monarchs and abduction of innocent school children in Ekiti as a collective wound felt by all in Yorubaland.
She therefore   emphasized  the need for unity and resilience, urging Ekiti people to stand together in the face of adversity.
Ogunlola ,in a statement made available to journalists commiserated with the government and people of Ekiti, particularly, the affected communities.
She  acknowledged the weight of responsibility on Governor Oyebanji’s shoulders adding that the ” tragic incident poses a significant test for the administration, threatening to overshadow the positive strides made in governance.
“In the wake of the devastating murder of the Two Ekiti Obas, Hon. Barr. Omowumi Olubunmi Ogunlola WOO stands in solemn mourning, expressing his deepest condolences to the grieving communities, the resilient people of Ekiti, and Governor Biodun Abayomi Oyebanji.
“This heart-wrenching tragedy has not only claimed the lives of revered monarchs but has sent shockwaves through the very core of Ekiti State’s cultural and societal fabric.
“Hon. Ogunlola’s commiseration extends beyond mere words, reflecting a profound sense of shared sorrow and empathy with those directly impacted by this senseless act of violence. The loss of the Kings is not just a blow to their respective communities but a collective wound felt by the entire region.
Highlighting a critical aspect of this somber occasion, Hon. Ogunlola directs a call to action to the security agencies.
She underscored  the imperative for them to rise to their responsibilities, ensuring that such acts of insecurity do not erode the hard-earned gains of good governance achieved under the Oyebanji administration. The security agencies are urged to be vigilant, proactive, and thorough in their efforts to maintain peace and stability in Ekiti State.
“As Hon. Ogunlola extends his condolences, she also underscores the collective responsibility to address the root causes of insecurity, fostering a safer environment for the people.”

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