- Governor Adegboyega Oyetola has warned thugs in Osun to return state properties they stole during EndSARS protests
- Oyetola on Sunday, October 25, said that the hoodlums have only three days to return the loot
- The governor noted clearly that the miscreants will face prosecution if they refused to submit what they stole in 72 hours
- Some criminals were reported to have stolen some public properties on Saturday, October 24
Hoodlums in Osun who recently looted state properties in the name of EndSARS protests have been given not more than three days to return what they stole.
The threat was issued by Governor Adegboyega Oyetola on Sunday, October 25, during his tour around the state to assess the extent of damage done by the miscreants.
Oyetola vowed that the thugs will be made to face the full weight of the law if they fail to do the needful upon the expiration of the grace period, Vanguard reports.
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To avoid this, the governor urged the looters to return what they carted away with to the palace of monarchs nearest to them or the chairmen of local government councils in their areas.
Meanwhile, some hoodlums on Sunday, October 25, broke into the house of a former speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, in search of palliatives.
The miscreants also invaded the warehouse of Plateau Agricultural Development Programme (PADP) where they stole fertilizer, pumping machines and other agriculture implements.
The thugs attacked Dogara's house, attacked his brother before carting away valuables in the building and molested some other occupants.
In a similar development, some thugs smashed windows, cars and other properties in the building of Standard Newspapers located the state capital.
However, a staff of the newspaper, Paul Jatau, told journalists that the swift intervention of security agents brought the situation under control.
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