By Hammed Tajudeen, Osogbo
The Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola has called on all human right activists not to be discouraged in fighting for what is just and the social well-being of the people for a better society of their dream.
Aregbesola who spoke in Yoruba language, made this disclosure while speaking at the twenty years remembrance of Comrade Ola Oni yesterday in Osogbo,said late Comrade Ola-Oni played fatal roles in sustaining a civilized and self reliance society during his life time through his ideological activism.
The immediate past governor of Osun , who associated himself with the late freedom fighter said, fighting for human rights is a must for any society, state or country and that is the reason why activists must remain upright while agitating for justice, truth without fear.
He described Comrade Ola Oni has a peaceful man whose taught him ‘Aregbesola’ many things in politics during his life time.
He however, prayed for the decease soul to continue to rest in perfect peace.CBN Cancels N65 ATM Withdrawal Fee, Sets To Commence N35 By 2020
According to Aregbesola, “Comrade Ola Oni is a mentor that taught me many things when he was alive. We always stay with Comrade because we always learnt from his wealth of knowledge.
“Comrade is a visionary leader, he forecasted that the economic of the country will worst, but we don’t know that the situation will worst to this level to the extent that citizens would find it difficulty to afford three time square meal,” Aregbesola added.
The Director of Comrade Ola-oni Centre for Social Research, Wale Adebisi urged activists to be upright, cautious of their decisions and emulate the late comrade in all conducts.
He also charged that followers of the late comrade should follow his ideological revolution in order to prevent contradiction in their activism.