Oct 19, 2021

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Just in: Fear in Oyo as Gunmen raid Ex-commissioner’s House, Kill Wife

  • Daring armed men brought their terror into the house of a former Oyo commissioner on Friday June 25th
  • The armed criminal succeeded , the wife of former Commissioner Olayemi Odetomi
  • According to the state police force, Odetomi died on the spot after being shot dead by the attackers

Ibadan, Oyo – Gunmen shot and killed Olayemi Odetomi, the wife of Oyo’s former commissioner for local government and chief affairs, on Friday 25 June Resides in Bodija, Ibadan.

State Police Command spokesman Adewale Osifeso confirmed the incident to journalists in the state’s capital, the Premium Times reported.

According to The Guardian, Osifeso said that the deceased Odetomi at the age of 66 immediately after his ers He died during the shooting, adding that “updates on the investigation will be provided in due course.”

Oyo cooks When alleged shepherds invade Igangan, Burn King’s royal palace is killing dead people.

< p class = "align-left"> The crooks suspected of being shepherds arrived in large numbers late Saturday evening, June 5th, causing chaos in the community.

Although the total death toll has not yet been determined, it has been revealed that no fewer than 10 people were killed in the attack.

The criminals reportedly have the Asigangan Palace, a gas station, a truck loaded with cassava flour and some cars set on fire.

The Secretary of the Farmers’ Union, Mr. Taiwo Adeagbo, popularly known as Akowe Agbe , said:

“At last there are infamous terrorist shepherds to wage war against Lgangan. The situation is very serious. “

Oyo State Governor Seyi Makinde described the attack on the residents of Igangan as very shocking.

Great in Oyo Massacre Rises to 45, when gunmen burn 60 houses and destroy over 160 vehicles

In another post it was reported that it was in the city of Igangan in the state of Oyo on Saturday evening Panic gave 5 in June when over 45 people were sent to their early graves by armed men.

The five-hour invasion of one of Ibarapaland’s seven capitals saw more than 60 houses burned down and over 160 vehicles destroyed.