Hoodlums In Ibadan Have Agreed To Ceasefire – Ibadan Mogajis
The family heads in Ibadanland ( Ibadan Mogajis ) have assured Oyo state government and residents that ongoing pandemonium causing by hoodlums in Ibadan will soon be over.
Mogajis in a statement issued by Mogaji Wale Oladoja the spokesperson of the family heads
after their emergency meeting held in Ibadan said the insecurity in Ibadan land should be a concern to everyone.
The family heads said with the recent developments as regards security in Oyo State, the state government has instructed its members to flush out foreigners who are disturbing the peace of the state in two weeks.
The Mogajis committee set up by the governor of the state to mediate between the state government and the hoodlums are Mogaji Olawale Oladoja, Mogaji Abass Oloko, Mogaji Fatai Olanrewaju, Mogaji Abdu Jelili Adanla, and Mogaji Mosudi Akere.
The committee said the feedback from the hoodlums would be tabled before the governor of the state in the coming week to discuss the way forward.
The statement further assured the people of the state of maximum security in few weeks time, saying
“our intervention in a week has been yielding positive result.”
The statement reads in part: “Following our meeting with some of our family members who are engaging in some violence activities in Ibadan land, we have talked to them as our younger ones and they have agreed to a ceasefire. We, therefore, give the foreigners in the bush ultimatum to leave Oyo State.
“We are waiting for a final directive from the governor of the state to lead the troop to the bushes and flush them out. We are worried about the security challenges in the state, especially Ibadan land. We are happy with the feedback we received from our brothers in Ibadan land that the crisis would be soon over,” the statement said.