In furtherance of his traditional voice to the lingering end SARS protest nationwide, Oluwo of Iwoland, HIM Oba Abdulrosheed Adewale Akanbi, has called on protesters to allow the administration of President Muhammed Buhari act while he said the anti-SARS agitators have won.
He described Buhari as a listening leader,noting the subsequent disbandment has given victory to the protesting youth.
He hinted on the likely hijack of the protest as two anti-SARS protesting groups clashed in Osogbo, the Osun State today.
Oluwo, while assuring protesters of better robust reform, asked Nigerians to apply diplomacy in addressing their grievances.
Oba Akanbi reiterating the fairness of Buhari hinted his marginalized Iwo town was revisited by the president with a Federal College of Education outside political power/consideration. This is enough reason to note that Buhari is for all, irrespective, he furthered.
Oluwo equally appealed to celebrities to control their fans in sustaining the harmony of the country to avoid suspicious of been used by an unknown element.
A statement by his press Secretary, Alli Ibraheem, reads “The president I know is fair, incorruptible. When it comes to fairness, Buhari recognizes everyone. The protesters have spoken, their voice in heard. In fact, they have won. The next stage is given the administration of President Muhammed Buhari a moment to act more on the endsars saga. Already, the unit is banned and robust reform communicated in phases”
“As a king of the masses, I feel your pain and understand your language. I’ve struggled like you. Your agitation is not limited to SARS but frustration occassions by hardship. The fading phase of hardship is not unconnected with destruction of past years that chased many, including me out of the country. Let’s be hopeful in the constructive agenda of President Muhammed Buhari”
“My land has been marginalized but because we have an objective leader, our voice was heard. He didn’t go to the side of the politics. He stayed with the masse