A United States of America-based Ibarapa born businessman, Yinka Rasheed Gbadamosi on Monday sympathised with the victim of Dr. Aborode and other victims of kidnaping and killing in Ibarapa axis.
Gbadamosi, the Chairman of Be-Max Innovation Group, also sympathized with the affected friends and families involved in Yoruba/fulani crisis in Ibarapa land (igangan) and Oke-Ogun areas.
Gbadamosi, who stated this in a letter sent to the people of the region through his Director of Media and Publicity, Mr Opeyemi Ayanrinde, prayed for peace, unity and progress of the region.
He said: ”I hereby appealed to sons and daughters of Ibarapa land to calm down and do all things in peace, love and unity. The storm will soon be over.
”We all have our part and role to play in cubbing the excesses of Fulani herdsmen in Ibarapa and Oke-Ogun areas of Oyo state. Together we shall get there. May God be with us all”
Gbadamosi also called government at all levels to provide maximum security in order to secure lives and properties of the people they governing.