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OPC issues 21-day ultimatum to Police to find killers of Fasoranti’s daughter

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Olakunrin was last week Friday, killed by some suspected assassin along the Ore-Sagamu Road.

OPC New Era stated in a statement issued by its National Public Relations Officer, Comrade Adeshina Akinpelu,sated failure to find the killers after the ultimatum, given will result its members to embark on an operation tochase out criminally-minded Fulani herdsmen, among Yoruba states and other tribes who are perpetrating crimes in all Yoruba speaking states.

“Time has come for us to act now. We will no longer fold our hands and allow herdsmen to continue to kill us like cows. We cannot continue to use the blood of our people to keep Nigeria’s unity. We are giving the Police and other security agencies 21-day ultimatum to fish out the killers of Mrs. Funke Olakunrin.

The Oodua Peoples Congress (OPC) New Era on Thursday issued a 21-day ultimatum to the Nigeria Police and other security agencies in the country to fish out the killers of Mrs. Funke Olakunrin, the daughter of Afenifere leader, Pa. Reuben Fasoranti.

DAILY POST reports that Olakunrin was last week Friday, killed by some suspected gunmen along the Ore-Sagamu Road.

But, OPC New Era in a statement issued by its National Public Relations Officer, Comrade Adeshina Akinpelu, said failure to find the killers after the ultimatum, its members will embark on an operation to drive out all criminally-minded Fulani herdsmen, their accomplices among Yoruba and other tribes who are perpetrating crimes in all Yoruba speaking states.

Akinpelu said, “Time has come for us to act now. We will no longer fold our hands and allow herdsmen to continue to kill us like cows. We cannot continue to use the blood of our people to keep Nigeria’s unity. We are giving the Police and other security agencies 21-day ultimatum to fish out the killers of Mrs. Funke Olakunrin.

“Failure to fish out the killers, we will have no option than to take the destiny of our people in our hands and drive out all criminally-minded Fulani herdsmen, their accomplices among the Yoruba and other tribes perpetrating crimes in Yoruba land”, Akinpelu threatened.

The group has also called on governors, elected politicians and all Yoruba leaders to come in unison and tackle the issue of insecurity in Yorubaland, declaring  that OPC and over 100 other groups are all ready to do their part to achieve the needed peace in the South West region.







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