Says Obasanjo-Unity, Peace Can Break Challenges


Former president, chief Olusegun Obasanjo has stressed the need for peace and unity among communities in the country, saying it could break challenges and move such places to greater heights.

Obasanjo spoke at the traditional visit of the Olowu of Owu, Oba Dr. Dosunmu to the various Owu sections in Abeokuta areas of Abeokuta North local government of Ogun state as part of activities to mark the2021 annual Odun Omo Olowu Day celebration.

In a release by his special assistant on Media, Kehinde Akinyemi, Obasanjo who is the prime minister (Balogun) of Owu Kingdom praised the efforts of the Erunmu section for their enduring unity in the land.

Obasanjo stressed that the unity in Erunmu had brought tremendous progress, saying, “Because there is peace when there is unity among us. Such peace should be extended and by extension to the entire Owu kingdom.

“Last year, we prayed for unity and this year, we are thanking God here at Erunmu for the progress recorded. Once again, I want to celebrate and rejoice with you all. You have been doing it right and may you never fail in doing it right.”

Obasanjo said the people still need to do more in order to foster cooperation among sections, asserting, “it is only through working together that we can overcome challenges before us.

“We are trying to break new grounds and when we are doing this, there must be unity and collective resolve. When doing this, there will be no Erunmu or Apomu, we must be together,” Obasanjo said.

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