Makinde’s Youth DG, Hon Dikko Condemns Killing Of PDP Member, Mudahiru Baraka; Charges Youth Not To Relent

..…Promised that those involved in the acts arrested will face the wrath of law

The Youth Mobilization Director General for Governor Seyi Makinde re-election bid, Hon Salami Oladeji has condemned the death of a young man who was allegedly killed by opposition politically associated thugs at Oyo Town recently as he promised that works as commence to unmask those involved in the gruesome killing.

Hon Salami Oladeji (DIKKO) in a press release through the Chairman of his Media, publicity and communication, Hon. Moyosoreoluwa Olamilekan Eldreez on Friday, said he is saddened by the death of the young, patriotic fellow compatriot as he described the incident as unfortunate, unacceptable and terrible, adding that a promising young man, breadwinner of a family had to be killed by Political thugs for Political reason is very disastrous he said.

While sharing condolences with the family, the Youth Mobilization Director urged the people of Oyo Town to remain calm, resolute as he promised to ensure to follow it to the letter until justice is done by unmasking those involved in the heinous crime that led to the death of the young innocent patriotic man and committed to the recovery process to rescue Nigerians from the hands of oppressors.

He pray that God will grant the families the fortitude to bear the loss as he sue for peace while the appropriate quarters is investigating the incident to bring to book those involved.

Lastly, Dikko charged all the youths not to relent in their efforts to deliver Five Hundred Thousand (500,000) votes for Engr. Dr. Seyi Makinde come 2023 Governorship electionand other PDP Candidates.

He emphasised his commitment not allow anything to tamper, distract or discourage the voice of the youths in the state.

“Omituntun 2.0 is a Road Map to Sustainable Development Growth and Vision,” Dikko stated.

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