Communal Clashes: Osun State govt seizes contested parcel of land

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The Osun State governor, Ademola Adeleke has lamented over the communal crisis between the people of Orolu and Irepodun Local Government Area of the State over a parcel of land.
The governor stated that the on-going clashes in the region are a major cause of concern, as they have the potential to harm the economy of the State by driving away investors.
He said: In light of this, our government has taken decisive action by seizing the land in question.
As the leader of this region, I have also instructed security forces to deal with anyone who disobeys my orders. I am grateful for the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Taoreed Lagbaja, for pledging to deploy soldiers to the affected areas to assist the Nigerian Police.
This is a reassuring step towards restoring peace and order in our region. However, I want to warn anyone who intends to cause trouble to be cautious, as their efforts will ultimately fail.
It is important to note that these clashes are not beneficial to anyone. They are only leading to unnecessary loss of lives and property. This is why I urge community leaders to call their subjects to order before the government intervenes with force.
The use of force will be detrimental to both communities, and we must seek peaceful resolutions to our problems rather than resorting to violence.
In closing, I want to emphasize that we must work together as a community to find lasting solutions to these issues.
We cannot afford to let our differences divide us. It is only through unity and cooperation that we can achieve true progress and prosperity for our region.

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