NATIONAL FLAG FLY AT HALF MAST IN ONDO STATE FOR VICTIMS OF OWO CHURCH TERRORIST ATTACK
Written by Samson Ojeniran on June 6, 2022
Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu has directed all public buildings, facilities, and official residences to fly the Nigerian national flag at half-mast for seven days in honor of the victims of the Owo terror attack on Sunday.
Governor Akeredolu in a statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Richard Olabode said the attack on innocent worshipers at St. Francis Catholic Church, on Owa-luwa Street in Owo was a deliberate and calculated assault on the people of the state.
The Governor said ”Those who unleashed this unprovoked terror attack on our people have tested our collective resolve. We will not be deterred from responding appropriately to this dastardly act.
“In honor of the victims of this unfortunate attack, I hereby direct that all flags be flown at half-mast for seven days, starting from today, Monday, June 6, to Sunday, June 12, 2022. It is a collective loss to the people of our dear state.”