Days After The Notorious Wakili Was Nabbed, Amotekun Men Also Apprehended 16 Hausa Men With Guns In Oyo
By OhAfriculture | self meida writer
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Some Hausa men armed to the teeth with guns have been nabbed by men of the Amotekun Corp in Oyo State, and they have been handed over to the Police for investigation.
Hausa men numbering sixteen (16), and well-armed with 18 dane guns have been nabbed by Western Security Network known Amotekun, Oyo Chapter in the town of Ori Awo Area, Oyo town in Oyo State.
According to report from OyoAffairs, it's revealed that the interception of these Hausa men was done by Atiba Amotekun operatives, when being interrogated, they claimed to be coming from Sokoto State in the Northern part of the country, and heading to a village in Oyo State called Igbo Nla.
However, the already apprehended Hausa men by Amotekun operatives and their seized guns have been handed over to the Divisional Police Headquarters at Atiba for further investigation into the case.
It can be recalled that some days ago, men of Oodua People's Congress and local hunters in Igboora, Oyo State nabbed the notorious Wakili that was indicted of many of the atrocious acts committed within that area at his base in the forest.
What would have been the reason behind why these people always armed themselves coming down to another people's land? Really, are they planning to start a war? No matter what might be the reason behind this, thank God that they have been caught.
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