Makinde Behind Auxilliary’s Demolition Of Billboards, IGP Should Question Him Over Other Criminal Activities — Olopoeyan

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    The Southwest leader of the New Nigeria Peoples Party, NNPP, Alhaji Adebisi AbdleRasheed Olopoeyan on Friday commended the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Usman Alikali Baba for arrest and arraignment of the chairman Park Management System in Oyo State, Mukaila Lamidi popularly called auxiliary.

    Olopoeyan said with the arraignment, he has been vindicated that the governor of the state, Seyi Makinde was behind the destruction of oppositions billboards in the state.

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    The former leader of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Oyo state said his new Party, NNPP is also interested in the case because he couldn’t forget the damages done by auxiliary and his boys the day they invaded his house and wounded his families.

    He said he has employed service of four competent lawyers to ensure that the case is being transfered to the Federal High Court for fair hearing and responsible judgement, adding that the arraignment that was held on Thursday was a mere academic exercise as some of the governor aides stormed the court with thugs to intimidate the judge, “can the judge make a right decision,” Olopoeyan queried.

    The NNPP leader who stated this in a statement he personally signed in Ibadan said Ibadan, the State capital deserves peace being the political headquarters of Yorubaland.

    Olopoeniyan said the case is beyoned Oyo state because his presidential candidate, Alhaji Rabiu Kwankwaso’s billboards in Iwo-road, Ojoo and over other 30 billboards and hundreds of posters belonging to candidates of his party were destroyed by auxiliary and his thugs.

    He urged the Inspector General of Police to investigate other atrocities committed by the suspect not limited to billboards destruction and ensure justice is served to everyone culpable in the state.

    Olopoeyan alleged that Auxiliary led hundreds of his thugs to distrupt peace at a shopping complex in Iwo road area of Ibadan which led to the death of a 37-year old man, Rahmon Azeez.

    According to Olopoeyan, there is urgent need for the federal government to intervene in the political unrest in the state, and warn the governor against parading the likes of Auxiliary because of his desperation for second term.

    The state political heavyweight in the state therefore asked residents of the state to be on guard and prayerful for Auxiliary is a leopard that cannot change his skin.

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