The daylight assassination of Mrs. Olufunke Olakunrin, daughter of our revered father and Afenifere leader, Pa Reuben Fasoranti, is a dagger to our hearts and an audacious insult to our collective humanity.
I have searched for days to find words most suitable to console Papa Fasoranti, my brothers, Taiwo and Kehinde Fasoranti, plus the immediate family as well as the larger Yoruba race and indeed all well meaning Nigerians. We can only pray that Almighty God shall comfort Papa Reuben Fasoranti with his family and grant them the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss.
This dastardly and gruesome murder of a mother at a time when she should begin to enjoy the joy of motherhood is a sordid reminder of how so lowly we have degenerated from the dizzying height of a peace-loving, fun-seeking accommodating people.
Olufunke’s death is a clarion call for all Nigerians to immediately begin the search for our return to the values that once made our country the envy of others.
It is a time to assist the Security Agencies to smoke out the evil blood sucking demons from our land and declare in one voice; enough is enough. The perpetrators of this despicable act must be instantly brought to justice.
We must now re-establish our fast fading nature as a peaceful and accommodating people whose love for one another transcend ephemeral divisions of religion and ethnicity.
Olufunke Fasoranti Olakunrin must not be allowed to die in vain.
Mr. IfeOluwa Oyedele
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