Governor Akeredolu sues for calm, fingers mistaken identity in killing of Ondo commuters.

Written by on August 15, 2021

Ondo State Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, says he received the unfortunate report of the Plateau state tragedy where some people believed to be indigenes of Ondo State were attacked.

An unconfirmed number of deaths were believed to have been recorded while some are severely injured in the said attack. 

Their true identity are yet to be unraveled as at the time of This Report.

The Governor says from a report he received from his brother Governor in Plateau, the incident was a case of mistaken identity.

The victims, according to preliminary reports, took a route where crisis between Muslims and Northern Christians had ensued for some time, and that they may have been possibly, mistaken for aggressors.

Accordingly, either of the two feuding groups in the area could be responsible in this regard.

Governor Akeredolu then called for calm among the people of the state, urging that nobody should take laws into their hands. 

He particularly, urged the people to refrain from any hasty colouration of the unfortunate incident.

Governor Akeredolu also assured all Indigenes of Ondo state living outside the State of his commitment to their safety.

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