Prosecute Mr. Oluwadare Adepoju Adesina
Dear Governor R. Mimiko, As I am sure you are aware, the sitting Deji of Akureland - Mr. Oluwadare Adepoju Adesina has been in the news over the last few hours, on account of some of the most upsetting mis-use of royal power. The report of events as published by 234Next (http://bit.ly/bmIMry) - actions of the Mr. Adesina, drives any self respecting citizen of Ondo state, to the very peak of dumbfounded speechlessness, 'face-in-the-hands' at the same time. The definition of egregious shame! I do not hazard, that the English dictionary possess the depth with which to capture the height of Mr. Adesina's reported criminality - to his supposed wife, a member of the weaker sex. It is our considered opinion that given the total and inexcusable degree of disrepute Mr. Adepoju has unleashed on all citizens of Ondo state, not to mention, his previously respected office, he has lost the moral authority with which to continue to hold that office. In addition, It is imperative that the necessary departments of the Ondo state government and Nigeria Police are authorised and adequately energised to ensure that, in line with your government's vision: To make Ondo State the best-administered State in Nigeria and the cynosure of all eyes, of which all its citizens shall be proud; where equity, justice, and fairness shall be the driving forces of governmental action”. that no criminality is promoted, defended or protected. It goes without saying, that it is in the utmost interest of Justice, that where a crime has been committed, that the state shall ensure the right punishment. Also, the need for justice, to be done, and seen to be done, aligns fully the precept of Equity - that no wrong shall be left, without a remedy. We hereby communicate the need to show committment to the rule of Law - in consonance with President Goodluck Jonathan's Federal committment, by prosecuting Mr. Oluwadare Adepoju Adesina. Trusting you to deploy the machinery of your good offices, to ensure that the people of Akure, and Ondo state at large can have restored faith, that the highest members of their leadership class are not predisposed to reckless open-air or closed-doors abuse of power.