The Oodua People’s Congress (OPC) on Monday, condemned the killings of two traditional rulers in Ekiti State, saying the organization will do everything possible to secure the South West.
In a statement released by its Publicity Secretary, Yinka Oguntimehin, the socio-cultural organization also urged the Federal Government to fish out the killers of the two monarchs and bring them to book.
Condemning the acts, Oguntimehin said it is sad that the monarchs died in such a situation, adding that the OPC will not fold its arms and leave unknown gunmen to spill blood of innocent people in such dastardly acts.
The statement appealed to the federal and the state governments to co-opt the OPC in their attempt to solve the security challenges in the country, adding that it is ready to salvage the region from marauders and killers that have infiltrated the nation.
“It is unfortunate now that reports of killings and kidnappings are spreading across the southwest. We appeal to the federal and the state governments to co opt the OPC in their attempt to solving the security challenges in the country.”The statement reads.