The Ifon-Orolu Community in Osun State is pleading with Governor Ademola Adeleke to remove the 24-hour curfew imposed on the community. The curfew was put in place after a violent clash over a land dispute between Ifon and Ilobu communities.
Last week, a communal clash occurred between Ifon and Ilobu communities in Osun State. This clash was caused by a dispute over land. As a result, Governor Adeleke imposed a 24-hour curfew on both communities and deployed security operatives to maintain peace and order.
The Ifon-Orolu Community is now asking Governor Adeleke to relax the curfew and allow them to resume their normal activities. They believe that the situation has calmed down and that the curfew is no longer necessary.
The community members argue that the clash was an isolated incident and that the majority of the people in Ifon are peaceful and law-abiding citizens. They believe that punishing the entire community with a curfew is unfair and unnecessary.
The curfew has had a significant impact on the daily lives of the people in Ifon. Businesses have been forced to close, students have been unable to attend school, and people have been restricted from going about their normal routines. The community is suffering both economically and socially because of the curfew.
The Ifon-Orolu Community is hopeful that Governor Adeleke will consider their plea and lift the curfew. They believe that the situation has been resolved and that the community should be allowed to return to normalcy. The people of Ifon are eager to put the clash behind them and move forward.