Auxiliary arrested: 1 killed as police arrest 78 suspects during Oyo raid

A big revelation was made by the Oyo State Police Command was made on Tuesday, May 30, 2023. Reportedly, the Oyo State Police arrested a total of 78 suspects in connection with the attempt to cause trouble in the state. In addition, one person was gunned down by the authorities during the raid. State Police Public Relations officer name Adewale Osifeso stated that the State Commissioner of Police Adebowale Williams said the suspects were arrested at the Diamond Hotel, Alakia-Isebo while parading the suspects at the police headquarters in the Egbeda Local Government Area of the state. Ever since this big revelation was done by the authorities, people have been keen to know every detail of the matter. However, we have covered all the details that you should know about it. Swipe down the page.

Auxiliary arrested

Auxiliary arrested

The arrest of 78 suspects was made for allegedly causing trouble in the state after the dissolution of the Park Management System. The State Commissioner of Police further revealed that 724 cartridges and other sophisticated firearms, assorted charms, a sum of cash of N3,450,000, and a total of 33 mobile phones were recovered from the suspects. The Oyo State Police Command in its proactive nature while acting on intelligence-driven surveillance was able to thwart an attempt at assembling overall carnage and civil disturbance in the state. Scroll down the page and read more details.

The State Public Police Relations Officer, Osideso said members of the Park Management System led by Auxiliary aka Alhaji Mukaila Lamidi sequel to the immediate dissolution of the Disciplinary Committee of the PMS of the state. He added, “Preliminary investigations reveal that at the early hours of Tuesday, May 30, 2023, in a strategic intelligence coordinated raid around his location at Diamond Hotel, Alakia-Isebo, under Egbeda LGA, 78 notorious hoodlums who had perfected plans to unleash mayhem at the early hours of the day at major parts of the metropolis were arrested in possession of sophisticated firearms including assorted charms, 724 cartridges, a cash sum of about N3,450,000, and 33 mobile phones.

A member of the group was neutralized during the standoff but the PMS Chieftain evaded arrest and fled the scene at the time of the raid. It was also informed that the same group was also accountable for the attack on the Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria’s 14 members on the Ibadan North-East LGA route. The public police relations officers also added that all the recovered items have been documented and packed, and recorded for forensics. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.

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