EKITI: Omirin Calls For Peace, Invites Police Boss To Intervene

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EKITI –

 

Embattled Ekiti State House of Assembly Speaker Adewale Omirin has called for reconciliation among feuding groups for the development of the state.

Speaking with journalists on the outcome of his visit to the State’s Commissioner of Police, Taiwo Lakanu Tuesday, Omirin said he had assured the police boss of his cooperation to ensure peace in the state.

He said he was also willing to cooperate with other stakeholders to end the crisis.

His words: “I am a man of peace. I have always been assuring Governor Ayodele Fayose of my cooperation and that there was nothing like impeachment plan against him. As far as I am concerned, we are not in Ekiti to foment trouble.”

Omirin noted himself and 18 All Progressives Congress –APC, lawmakers would return to the Assembly as soon as peace is restored.

Meanwhile, the state commissioner of Police has promised to initiate process that will bring about peace between the two factions of the State House of Assembly.

Mr. Lakanu also urged Omirin and his Peoples Democratic Party –PDP, counterpart, Dele Olugbemi to restrain themselves from making inflammatory statement that could cut short the peace process.

 

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