The Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee of the Park Management System in Oyo State, Alhaji Mukaila Lamidi, popularly known as Auxiliary, has revealed that Governor Seyi Makinde never had COVID-19.
Auxiliary stated this while speaking on Fresh FM COVID-19 situation room programme on Thursday.
According to him, “let’s thank God. My boss ( Governor Makinde) did not have COVID-19. It was those who the Governor hold meeting with that want to infect him but he never contracted it because had it been he was infected, he won’t recover in less than two weeks.”
When asked whether he believes COVID-19 exists, he said, “Do you know even if we kill lots of goats, a man destined to fail won’t succeed. My mum sells herbs and in my house we use herbs regularly. So, COVID-19 can’t find it’s way into my house.”
Speaking on the allegation that despite the ban on Inter-State movement, commercial vehicles in the state still move and out of the state, he said, “even an hungry man can be infected with COVID-19. There are law enforcement agencies at the borders of the state when these vehicles move in and out, there was a day I and Seye Famojuro, a younger brother to the Governor patrolled the Asejire border.
“On that we say passengers crossing the borders after settling the security officers.”
He explained further that he had ordered all commercial vehicles in the state not to travel to another state again and announced that any vehicle in any inter-state park should be held down but because cmmercial drivers in the state are naturally disobedient they still disobey this order since he cant go to the main road to arrest offenders.
He, however, charged security officers in the state to rise up to the occasion.
He also described as false the allegations that commercial drivers in the state are now mandated to pay ‘illegal’ fees because a commercial driver is mandated to pay for just one ticket per day irrespective of the part of the town he visit that day.
Noting that Mini Bus drivers pay N500 daily while Taxi and motorcycle/tricycle drivers and riders pay N300 and N150 respectively,” he said “anyone who is charged above these amounts daily should call us and we will take disciplinary actions.”
Auxiliary also stated that even though he is a Muslim, he knows that any administration headed by a Muslim will not be fair and just because Muslims, unlike Christians, are too stubborn and not God fearing.
He cited the example of the current administration led by Seyi Makinde, who is a Christian, as a fair and just one ” unlike past administrations led by Muslims in the state”.