Osun mosque assault: Oyetola appeals to groups to permit court choose
Osun State Governor, Adegboyega Oyetola, has engaged Muslims and conventional worshippers in the state to permit the court to settle the issues verging on the assault on a mosque in Osogbo, supposedly by certain impostors.
An assertion by the Chief Press Secretary to the lead representative, Ismail Omipidan, on Friday, said Oyetola "in the wake of the conflict between a gathering of customary worshippers and Muslims in the city of Osogbo, the state capital," censured the turn of events and guided the police to get to the foundation of the matter and guarantee that equity was served.
Omipidan noticed that Osun and its kin were known for harmony and asked all to stay away from act that could jeopardise the enviable recognition of Osun state
He stated that religious intolerance was harmful to the society and aggregate tranquility of Osun, adding that inhabitants should regard the states extraordinary variety.
He then, at that point spoke to parties engaged with the legal institutions to permit the legal interaction to run its full course
The statement read, “I appeal to both parties to sheathe their swords and toe the line of peace and the law. Since the matter is already in court, both parties should remain calm and allow the process to run its full course. We are known for peace as a people. We should all do all in our powers to sustain that recognition in our collective interest.”