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IBADAN – FEW days after a Federal  High Court in Ibadan restrained the Oyo State Police Command from threatening the Chairman of the banned National Union of Road Transport Workers, Alhaji Lateef Akinsola with arrest for the mayhem which claimed scores of lives in Ibadan, he has alerted the police of an impending violence by alleged sponsored political urchins.

He said the aim of the hoodlums was to paint the picture that he masterminded the violence and make the police to be on his trail again.

He noted that leaking the information to the police was important so as to make it clear that he is innocent.

He said:  “CP Onireti is known to be a good Christian and God-fearing officer.  He should pursue criminals in the state head long and desist from side attractions.  He should stop linking my good name with negative activities in the state.

For clarity, the CP should be well informed that I am totally innocent of all the malicious allegations levied against me by his immediate past predecessor and should therefore stop re-echoing such ill-motivated inuendoes against my person.”


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