By Peter Ayoade
The youths in Oyo state protesting against the police brutality and most especially bad governance have suspended the ongoing campaign to ensure proper coordination of the protesters.
The group in a communique expressed concern over the violence in Ojoo area of Ibadan and condemned the Lagos genocide which claimed lives and properties.
Kunle Odujare, the Convener of the group in the release issued, condoles with the families of those that lost their lives in Ojoo and prays that God will comfort their families and prayed for quick recovery for those hospitalised.
According to them, youths in Oyo state which is the pacesetter state will ensure that the process of expressing their minds on the need for police reforms, bad governance, infrastructural development among others will be maturely and decently communicated without crisis or causing mayhem in the state.
The youths also emphasised that Nigerian youths will not be tired to continue the protest until a better Nigeria is achieved.
The group also appealed to those blocking the roads not to embark on such anymore but coordinatedly protest without making live miserable for the people.
They further revealed that henceforth, announcements will be made on location of protest in the state but have adopted Challenge, Iwo Road and Secretariat will remain the point for a peaceful protest, emphasising that in the meantime protest has been suspended to allow the youths restrategise.
They added that on no account will Ibadan protest will be violent, calling on other youths in the state to join the protest.
Ibadan youth protesters called on the media to continue to support the protest and give a voice to the protest, the group recognise the efficiency of the media and believe that the media will give the country an opportunity to be greater.
The group therefore calls on His Excellency, Engineer Seyi Makinde to immediately under 48 hour constitute a credible judicial panel of inquiry that will look into the issues of injustice holistically.