Oyo Police Command nabs two suspects in connection to Iwo Road crisis

Oyo Police Command nabs two suspects in connection to Iwo Road crisis

The Police Command in Oyo State on Monday paraded three men arrested in connection with the Iwo Road clash between officials of the state Park Management System (PMS) and phone traders in the area.

The Commissioner of Police in the state, Ngozi Onadeko, while briefing newsmen on Monday, June 21, at the Command Headquarters in Ibadan, said that the suspects were linked with the Iwo road crisis.

It would be recalled that the clash between the park managers and the phone sellers claimed two lives; on Wednesday at the Iwo Road area of Ibadan.

“We are parading these suspects for their involvement; in the crisis that happened in Iwo road last week Wednesday.

“These three people were arrested and paraded; due to their involvement in the crisis that happened on Wednesday at Iwo road.

“Though the investigation is still ongoing, I will continue to update you about what we get from the investigation; and that is basically what is going on now,” Onadeko said.

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Speaking about the incessant killings in Ibadan and the command’s efforts in curbing it; the Police boss said that more tactical teams and policemen have been drafted to ensure the safety of residents of the state.

She pleaded for the support of the public in providing credible information that would assist the police in discharging its duty; saying the perpetrators lived with the citizens in the community.

“We are still having this incessant attacks of Okada riders; and we have continued to put more policemen on the road.

“We are doing more than enough of police visibility and intelligent gathering; we need the support of the public,” Onadeko said.

In an interview, one of the suspects who confirmed that he was a member of PMS officers in Iwo road, said that he was not involved in the crisis.

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