IGANGAN: Kola-Daisi Condemns Killing — No Post Worth Human Blood


    The senatorial candidate of the Accord in Oyo South, Kolapo Kola-Daisi, has commiserated with the people of Igangan over the killings that happened, during a campaign rally of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), in the Ibarapa North town on Tuesday.

    While berating the fatal occurrence reported to have claimed five lives with scores injured, Mr. Kola-Daisi, in a message made available to the Press, also highlighted the need for political office holders to completely eschew violence in their dealings, and solely prioritise delivering the benefits of governance.

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    His statement read, “I am deeply saddened by this tragic event in Igangan, a people I’ve come to know to value peace and quiet. I spent two nights and three days in that town, mixing and mingling with the people, and I can attest to their friendliness and hospitality.

    So, this news about such fatal acts of violence really saddens me, especially when it is reportedly related to politicking.”

    “No amount of politics is worth the life of the people we are elected or hope to serve. In fact, what elected officials owe our people is absolute governance with no iota of violence. This is important because every act of politically-related or motivated violence undermines the very principles of governance. It creates fear, destroys trust, and undermines the rule of law…”

    “I am a strong proponent of the fact that people should be governed in a way that respects their rights and freedoms, promotes transparency and accountability, and serves the common good, so that society’s stability and prosperity are never jeopardized”

    “My comforting thoughts are with the families of the bereaved and the entire people of Igangan. May such sad occurrence never repeat itself, and by Gods grace, we’ll ensure so.”, he submitted.

    Igangan is one of the seven (7) main towns that form Ibarapa mejeje, one of the key zones in Oyo South Senatorial district, where Kola-Daisi is in a race to represent at the Red Chamber of the National Assembly.

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