PRESS RELEASE: From The 2nd national vice President of the (PMAN) which is the largest musician’s union in Africa BABA OJONUGWA (JFO)
The 2nd national vice President of the Performing Musicians Association Of Nigeria (PMAN) which is the largest musician’s union in Africa BABA OJONUGWA (JFO), a stakeholder & citizen of Kogi state has condemned the ongoing political face off between Kogi state senator representing Kogi west Dino Melaye and the state Governor Alhaji Yahaya Bello. In a statement from the media office of the PMAN national leader in Abuja , the good & responsible citizens of Kogi are disappointed in both political officers who have continued to bring disrespect to the office they hold with their actions that is always painting negative images in the media of the peaceful confluence state . He called on the two leaders to sheathe their swords and let peace reign for democratic dividends to accrue to the people as democracy can never thrive in an atmosphere of unrest & violence. The 2nd vice president also condemned the call for a state of emergency in Kogi by the so called unknown group” Kogi elders forum ” led by Olarenwaju Olamelekan , he said the authentic Kogi elders know what to do and are doing the needful in the present situation in Kogi.
JFO condoled with the family of the deceased youth who lost his life in the June 12 Dino protests and prayed his soul rest in peace.