Prince Ibinayin, Erukutu Of Oweland, Warns APC Members In Kabba Against Manipulating Politics In Owe Land
By Gideon Ayodele
Says, Stop Using Oweland for Political Games
In a compelling statement delivered two days ago, Prince Ibinayin, popularly referred to as Erukutu of Oweland , has firmly cautioned members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kabba against leveraging the affairs of Owe Land for their political advantage.
Expressing concerns over the recent politicization of local issues, Prince Ibinayin urged the APC members, and politicians in general, to prioritize the welfare and development of Owe Land above personal and party interests.
“Stop using Oweland to play politics,” thundered Prince Ibinayin, his tone reflecting both passion and frustration. “We should rise above political games and focus on creating a better future for our beloved Owe Land.”
With a rich history and vibrant cultural heritage, Owe Land has long been a centerpiece of Kogi state. However, recent political maneuvering has overshadowed its progress, and Prince Ibinayin has become increasingly vocal in his quest to bring about positive change.
Recognizing the significance of harnessing unity and collaboration, the Erukutu of Oweland has vowed to rally the entire community, regardless of political affiliation, around a common vision of prosperity. He emphasized that the development of Owe Land transcends the realm of partisan politics.
“Oweland is greater than any political party or individual interest,” Prince Ibinayin declared as he implored members of the the APC, to be conscious of the implications their actions may have on the community. His message sought to underscore the importance of working in unison towards growth and development.
In tandem with his impassioned speech, Prince Ibinayin, Erukutu of Oweland, has shown astute leadership by engendering dialogue and encouraging cooperation among various stakeholders in Owe Land. This proactive approach is aimed at revitalizing the community and fostering a sense of collective responsibility.
As the region looks forward to the future, Prince Ibinayin’s call to action resonates with the people of Owe Land, who yearn for a harmonious and inclusive society free from the trappings of political manipulation.
The Erukutu of Oweland’s unequivocal stand serves as a rallying cry for politicians to place the interests of Owe Land above partisan politics, instilling hope that a new chapter of progress, development, and prosperity is on the horizon.