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Tuesday 27 June 2017

Enough Is Enough. Akure, Ondo State  Must Be Peaceful‎

The focus of every youth in a sane society is to grow and be a point of progress to their families.

When attitude of citizens most especially the youths are to engage in frivolous activities, then it call for questions the type of training they had.

These above assertion are necessary to bring the att‎ention of well meaning Nigerians most especially the sons and daughter's of Akure in Ondo state both at home and in diaspora including government that enough is enough.

Akure a city with golden and creative lifestyle that revolve round tourism, hospitality and relatively peaceful because people always feel at home living and doing business in Akure.

The city is now been turned into theatre of war because of cultism related activities

The most barbaric incident was the recent that claimed 10 lives of promising youths because of cult rivalry. Why????‎

This is alarming in a city (State capital) that have great presence of huge security apparatus.

We as a body DALACREAMZ FOUNDATION (NGO) saddled with preaching peace and giving back to society through it laudable programmes is using this period to appeal to government agency, traditional rulers, elder statesmen to please help to put an end to this menace.

We are of the view that this will be done in die time because we do not want our promising youths to be killing themselves ignorantly.

Also, we want to plead that perpetrators should be brought to book and this will serve as deterrent to others who have sinister motives of taking laws into their hands.



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