Oyetola warns hoodlums plotting another violence for Monday


Osun State Governor Adegboyega Oyetola on Sunday warned hoodlums who are planning to cause another violence in the state on Monday.

He implored parents and residents not allow themselves and children to be used to satisfy the tricks of hoodlums.

The governor, through the Information and Civic Orientation Commissioner, Mrs Funke Egbemonde, in a public service announcement disclosed that the government is aware of the plot by some unscrupulous elements, tele-guided by agents of anarchy, to spark trouble in the state by starting another round of hooliganism tomorrow (today).

“Some unscrupulous elements who are determined to trouble the state with their misguided actions are planning violence for Monday.  “The government is imploring parents, guardians and well-meaning citizens of the state to caution their children and wards not to allow themselves to be used to satisfy the knavish tricks of these elements who are determined to trouble the state with their misguid.

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“Osun State has been through enough crisis in the past weeks and cannot afford another at this time.

“Security agencies have been fully briefed to be on the alert and to protect the peace of the state. Let’s not forget what the last round of trouble cost the state. The government will not fold its arms while some characters try to experiment with the lives and livelihood of the people of Osun. “The government hereby warns that those found joining any gathering that can bring trouble to the state or unsettle citizens will answer fully to the law enforcement agents who are already on the alert.”

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