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Shina Abubakar, Osogbo

Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi has blamed security failure for the successful invasion and attack unleashed on igangan community by suspected herdsmen.

This is as he condemned the midnight attack in the town, during which many lives and properties were lost.

This was contained a press statement released on Monday by Director of Media & Public Affairs at the Ooni’s Palace, Comrade Moses Olafare.

Ooni Ogunwusi who blamed the successful perpetratelion of the Invasion on negligent management of security Intelligence described the attack as devilish and provocative, adding that such dastardly acts if allowed to continue unbated will ruin the unity and prosperity of Nigeria.

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“So worrisome is that there was a tipoff recently by  Oyo State Chairman of Amotekun Security Corps, Gen. Ajibola Togun (rtd) recently raising the alarm that some foreign Fulani herdsmen and bandits of Tuareg extraction have perfected plans to invade communities in South-West.

“Such an attack in which victims credibly traced some perpetrators from a particular section of the country is capable of disintegrating this country. That is why those behind it must be smoked out of their jungles and dealt with accordingly.

“There is no better time for robust security measures than now because security of lives and properties of Nigerians is the basis upon which government is being constituted.

“We Yorubas are disciplined people and law abiding but not fools. We are prepared to defend ourselves without resorting to anarchy.

The foremost monarch who is the natural head of the Oduduwa race worldwide said the Invasion is a height of criminality which must not go without strong  consequences for the perpetrators.

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