Killings in Kogi, Gov. Bello orders police to fish out killers of Labour Leader

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The murder of the Chairman of the Non-Academic Staff Union of Secondary Schools, Science and Technology Education Board, Mr. Abdulmumini Yakubu and Mr. Ibrahim Otaru has brought Kogi State into the front burner for violence again.
The Kogi state governor. Yahaya Bello has condemned the gruesome murder of the two patriots in the state.
In a press release the Special Adviser on Security, Retired Navy Commander, Jerry Omodara, Governor Bello alongside one Ibrahim Otaru who reportedly came to discuss some community issues with him as a further proof of the culture of violence and the systemic decimation of law-abiding citizens by the enemies of peace in the state and called on security agencies to rise to the occasion and apprehend the killers of Mr. Yakubu and his friend.

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‘It is lamentable that in spite of what we are doing to make Kogi State safe and secure, some bad eggs still take pride in the unenviable record of being one of the most violent in the country. This latest gruesome murder of Mr Yakubu has again confirmed the reign of politics of intolerance, banditry and assassinations which our government has sworn to wipe out,” the statement said.
He described the late Yakubu as an exceptionally brilliant, humble, forthright and focused personality who spent almost his entire life for the good of humanity.
“He was a dogged union leader who contributed immensely to the welfare of his members in the promotion of robust labour relations between his union and the state government as well as a trusted community leader who gave total support to governments war against bandits and hoodlums in Kogi Central and the state at large.”


Bello described his death as a huge loss not only to his family and the Organised Labour, but to the state government, noting that his advice at various times on labour related issues as well as security in the Central Senatorial district was invaluable.
He prayed that God will give the families of the deceased, the Organised Labour the fortitude to bear the loss, and grant eternal rest to the departed. © November 3, 2017

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