This Fasoranti news is turning the tummy.
How does Life want us to define and console the pain of a 93-year old father who just bade bye to the same daughter, Funke Olakunrin, only to hear of her murder by suspected Herdsmen hours later?
How can pain miss its way to land on the doorstep of this aged man and father? Kí ló tún fé kó f’ojú rí?
We won’t even bother regaling ourselves with experiences people on this same stretch of road yesterday.
Now, we want to see how angry these governors will get. Shebi now, to them, it has hit home?
We want to see how fast Osinbajo will come condole this man, but how FASTER he will go to Aso Rock to ask for the firing of our present security chiefs.
We can tell for free that even the policemen on this Ikire-Ife-Ilesa-Akure-Ondo-Ore road stretch are in panic.
The existing strategies have failed, but beyond this, is there something we are not seeing?
What kicked off this deathly trend of armed banditry, kidnapping and killing of people on the road?
Poverty? Herdsmen audacity? What informs this viral trend of jarring insecurity in a land of supposed leaders?
Fayemi, Akeredolu, stop, stop! This man isn’t listening! He’s gone!
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