There was disorder in Igbo - Ora in the Ibarapa Central Local Government of Oyo State on Thursday following a weapon duel among bootleggers and some security specialists including fighters and Customs officials.
A military official was allegedly shot dead by the gangsters while it was not satisfactory the number of the punks were executed in the conflict .
Unverified reports said three people, including a Customs official and an occupant , were slaughtered in the conflict
The conflict which purportedly occurred at night caused alarm as occupants abandoned the streets and remained inside all through the episode .
Our journalist assembled that inconvenience began when the Customs officials held onto a transport heap of unfamiliar rice from the bootleggers.
The Police Public Relations Officer in Oyo State, Mr Olugbenga Fadeyi, affirmed the conflict to our reporter.
He stated, " Information got uncovered that bootleggers assaulted the Federal Operations Unit at Igbo - Ora.
" In a quick reaction to help the FOU group , the Border Drill Patrol additionally went under assault and one lieutenant of the Nigerian Army , Josiah Peter, was shot and later kicked the bucket . Examination has initiated . "
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