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 Insecurity will be brought to an end before the end of the year President Muhammadu Buhari assured in Ile Ife Osun on Saturday He gave the assurance at the grand finale of the 2022 Olojo Festival The Olojo Festival is an ancient festival celebrated annually in Ile Ife It was once described by Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi as a festival that celebrates the Black race all over the world In a message sent through the Minister of Internal Affairs Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola the president said however that all Nigerians must be part of the war to end insecurity He noted that the war against insecurity could not be left to only the security agencies to handle All of us must be concerned about security The government will play its part we must work together with security agencies to overcome the challenges of insecurity he said Buhari commended Oba Ogunwusi for contributing immensely to the fight against insecurity Earlier Osun s Gov Adegboyega Oyetola commended the Ooni for his will and capacity to sustain the rich heritage of his forebears Oyetola who was represented by his deputy Mr Benedict Alabi said the annual Olojo Festival is phenomenal in the history of Ile Ife and that of Yoruba race This is arguably the only clime where the dawn of a new day is celebrated Without mincing words this festival clearly accentuates the place and the importance of Ile Ife to creation and to humanity We must all join hands together to celebrate it and accord it its rightful place he said He applauded the Ooni on the successful completion of the rites and the grand finale of this year s festival Oyetola lauded Ooni Ogunwusi for his sacrifices and for interfacing with the ancestors by performing the necessary cleansing productivity security and other rites for the benefit of the Black race and that of mankind generally The governor said his administration believed that the state s economy should be repositioned by boosting cultural tourism for youth employment wealth creation and the preservation of Yoruba cultural heritage The governor challenged the people of Osun to intensify efforts at preserving the cultural heritage entrench peaceful co existence and eschew politics of bitterness NewsSourceCredit NAN
Insecurity will end before end of year – Buhari assures

Muhammadu Buhari

Insecurity will be brought to an end before the end of the year, President Muhammadu Buhari assured in Ile-Ife, Osun, on Saturday.

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Olojo Festival

He gave the assurance at the grand finale of the 2022 Olojo Festival.

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Olojo Festival

The Olojo Festival is an ancient festival celebrated annually in Ile-Ife. It was once described by Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi as a festival that celebrates the Black race all over the world.

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Minister of Internal Affairs

In a message sent through the Minister of Internal Affairs, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, the president said, however, that all Nigerians must be part of the war to end insecurity.

He noted that the war against insecurity could not be left to only the security agencies to handle.

“All of us must be concerned about security.

The government will play its part; we must work together with security agencies to overcome the challenges of insecurity,’’ he said.

Oba Ogunwusi

Buhari commended Oba Ogunwusi for contributing immensely to the fight against insecurity.

Earlier Osun

Earlier Osun’s Gov. Adegboyega Oyetola commended the Ooni for his will and capacity to sustain the rich heritage of his forebears.

Benedict Alabi

Oyetola, who was represented by his deputy, Mr Benedict Alabi, said the annual Olojo Festival is phenomenal in the history of Ile-Ife and that of Yoruba race.

“This is arguably the only clime where the dawn of a new day is celebrated.

“Without mincing words, this festival clearly accentuates the place and the importance of Ile-Ife to creation and to humanity.

We must all join hands together to celebrate it and accord it its rightful place,’’ he said.

He applauded the Ooni on the successful completion of the rites and the grand finale of this year’s festival.

Ooni Ogunwusi

Oyetola lauded Ooni Ogunwusi for his sacrifices and for interfacing with the ancestors by performing the necessary cleansing, productivity, security, and other rites for the benefit of the Black race and that of mankind generally.

The governor said his administration believed that the state’s economy should be repositioned by boosting cultural tourism for youth employment, wealth creation, and the preservation of Yoruba cultural heritage.

The governor challenged the people of Osun to intensify efforts at preserving the cultural heritage, entrench peaceful co-existence, and eschew politics of bitterness.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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