Governor Oyetola gives looters 3-day ultimatum to return stolen properties

Governor Oyetola gives looters 3-day ultimatum to return stolen properties

- Governor Ggboyega Oyetola of Osun state has asked people who looted properties to return their loot

- Oyetola warned that failure to comply will be met with punitive measures

- The governor described the conduct of looters as stealing of the highest order

PAY ATTENTION: Win a prize of N115,000, N75,000 or N38,000: participate in Big Naija Independence contest by

Looters in Osun state have been given 72 hours ultimatum to return all stolen property or face the consequences of the law.

The Osun state governor, Ggboyega Oyetola issued the ultimatum on Saturday, October 24, after assessing the extent of damage perpetrated by looters in the state, PM News reported.

Governor Oyetola gives looters 3-day ultimatum to return stolen properties
Governor Oyetola said Osun state has experienced massive looting. Photo credits: @GboyegaOyetola
Source: Twitter

Oyetola said the stolen items should be returned to the security agencies, traditional rulers, local government chairmen, and community leaders in their respective domains.

He warned that offenders who refuse to return stolen items would be tracked and punished.

Read also

EndSARS: Governor raises alarm as hoodlums plan to invade southeast state on Monday October 26

The governor described the looting that occurred in parts of the state as armed robbery.

He said:

“It is very unfortunate. What I have seen here is massive looting, armed robbery and stealing of the highest order.
“I can say categorically that EndSARS protest is not what we are seeing here today. This is pure looting and it is all over.”

Meanwhile, the federal government has finally lifted the lids on the hoarding of the palliative meant to cushion the effect of the coronavirus pandemic.

According to a credible source within the current cabinet, President Buhari never told the 36 states to await further directives before they could distribute the COVID-19 palliative to the people.

Zahra, the daughter of Buhari in an Instagram post also said the discovery of the COVID-19 palliatives showed that the president is not the problem of the country.

In another news, Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra state has raised alarm over an alleged plan by some hoodlums to invade the southeastern state.

Read also

Buhari isn't the problem - FG reveals those hoarding looted Covid-19 palliatives

The Nation reported that Obiano made the claim when he hosted the deputy inspector general of police, Celestine Okoye.

Obiano disclosed that he has put plans in place to foil the attack by the hoodlums.

PAY ATTENTION: Install our latest app for Android, read best news on Nigeria’s #1 news app

Buhari, EndSARS now - Abuja protesters cry | Legit TV

Source: Legit

Online view pixel