- Governor Seyi Makinde has revealed why he sacked Alhaji Mukaila Lamidi, aka Auxiliary, as the chairman of the disciplinary committee of the Park Management System (PMS) in the state
- The Oyo state governor said it is impossible to have two governments in a state as it will create chaos
- Police have declared Auxiliary wanted in connection with alleged attempts to cause grievous harm, and arms dealing within Oyo state
Ibadan, Oyo state - The governor of Oyo state, Seyi Makinde, has finally spoken up about the sack of Oyo state transport leader and political enforcer, Alhaji Mukaila Lamidi, popularly known as Auxiliary.
Oyo PMS to be reformed: Makinde
Speaking during a thanksgiving service held on Sunday, June 4, at the Cathedral of St. Peter, Aremo, Ibadan, the state capital, to commemorate his re-election as Oyo governor, Makinde promised that the government would reform the PMS, The Punch also reported.
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“Before the last election, it wasn’t as if there are no thugs but we called them and told them the new Oyo State we want.
"We don’t want them to fight themselves, we don’t want fights in our garages every time.”
“We told them, don’t fight anybody. If we are re-elected, we shall ensure we unite you so that everyone can get what belongs to him or her for people and the government to operate in the atmosphere of peace.”
Governor Makinde alleged that Auxiliary refused to work with his colleagues, which was the reason he decided to sack him and replace him with Oluwatomiwa Omolewa.
Oyo transport leader, Auxiliary, armed, video trends
Legit.ng earlier reported that a video showing Auxiliary armed with knives elicited reactions on the social networking site, Twitter.
A social media user, @IfedolapoOsun, on Tuesday, May 30, posted a 29-second clip of Auxiliary dancing while being hailed by local drummers.
He was sacked recently by Governor Makinde following the recommendation of the Auxillary-led Disciplinary Committee of Oyo state motor PMS.
Makinde, on Monday, May 29, ordered the dissolution of Auxiliary’s committee with immediate effect.
The directive dissolving the PMS Disciplinary Committee was conveyed in a statement signed by his Chief of Staff, Segun Ogunwuyi.