Braimoh , Federal Government , Omala Massacre

Otunba Olayinka Braimoh, a prominent figure, has expressed profound condolences to Attah Igala and Agbana of Isanlu following the tragic incidents of arson and kidnappings that claimed the lives of family members and innocent citizens. The sorrowful events unfolded in Idah, where Attah Igala’s sister and other family members fell victim to arsonists, and in Idofin and Isanlu in Yagba East Local Government Area, where several individuals were killed by kidnappers.

In his heartfelt message, Braimoh lamented the unfortunate and worrisome nature of these incidents. He conveyed his sympathies, stating, “It is disheartening to learn about the merciless killings of Attah Igala’s sister and family members by arsonists in their homes at Idah. Similarly, the kidnappings and loss of lives in Idofin and Isanlu are deeply troubling. My sincere condolences go out to Attah Igala, Agbana of Isanlu, the people of Idah, and Yagba East LGA for the untimely loss and grief they are experiencing.”

Otunba Olayinka Braimoh

Braimoh also drew attention to the root causes of such heinous acts, pointing out the link between the arming of thugs during elections and subsequent abandonment. He remarked, “This unfortunate situation is a direct consequence of desperate politicians who recklessly arm thugs with ammunition during elections only to abandon them afterward. Urgent action must be taken by the security apparatus in the state to apprehend the arsonists and kidnappers responsible for these atrocities. The people of Kogi State deserve a secure and peaceful coexistence, and we must safeguard it diligently.”

Braimoh offered his prayers, saying, “May the souls of the departed find eternal peace.” His message stands as a call to action for enhanced security measures and a stern reminder of the importance of responsible political conduct to prevent further tragedies in the region.

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