Hon. Oluwole Emmanuel Ogunmolasuyi, Majority Leader of the Ondo State House of Assembly on Tuesday visited communities in Owo that were affected by Monday’s rainstorm.
Ogunmolasuyi, who is representing Owo Constituency I in the House of Assembly expressed sadness over the incident.
The Chairman, Southwest Majority Leaders Forum, during the visits also expressed deepest sympathy and unwavering support to the communities.
The affected communities are Ehin Ogbe, Ilale and Idasen.
“Our hearts go out to all of you during this challenging time. The destructive forces of nature, like the rainstorm you experienced, can be truly overwhelming.
“I understand the emotional and physical toll it can take on individuals, families, and entire communities. The sudden loss of property, the displacement of loved ones, and the disruption of daily life are painful experiences that no one should have to endure.
“In these trying times, it is crucial to unite as a community to support one another and offer a helping hand to those in need. The resilience and unity that the people of Owo have consistently shown in the face of adversity are truly remarkable, and I am confident that you will rise above this challenge once again.
“Owo has a rich history of community strength and togetherness. I do not doubt that you will overcome this adversity, emerging even stronger and more united than before. My thoughts and prayers are with you, and I believe these trying times will be a thing of the past. Together, we will rebuild, restore, and heal from this sad occurrence,” Ogunmolasuyi said.