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Ex Military Governor Begs Osun People For Forgiveness



Colonel Theophilus Bamigbo, Rtd

A former Osun State administrator during the sixth military regime in Nigeria, retired Colonel Theophilus Bamigboye, has begged people of the state to forgive him of his sins committed during his time of servicing the state.

Col. Bamigbye Rtd. tendered his apology on Tuesday during a telephone call interview with Rave FM, Osogbo, Frank Talk program.

The retired military officer while commenting on the forthcoming 30th Anniversary of the creation of Osun State , said during the course of discharging his responsibility as military governor he stepped on many toes.

“As military officer while discharging your duty you don’t look back” he said.

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He, however, appealed to those he offended to pardon him, adding that he has also forgiven those who offended him.

Speaking on his administration , Col. Bamigbye Rtd said Osun people are difficult to govern because they are intelligent, all towns under the three zones of the state demanded for rapid development at the same time.

He added that towns like Ede, Iwo, Osogbo, Ilesa, Ikirun, Ila-Orangun, Ile-Ife among others competed for speedy development.

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He also lauded indigenes of the state who serve under his military administration and wished Osun more prosperous years.

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Hammed Tajudeen is the editor in-chief of Blaze News, holds Higher National Diploma(HND) in Mass Communication, graduated from Osun State Polytechnic, Iree.

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