Yoruba Nation Agitators Allegedly Attack Soldiers In Ogun
Some group of individuals said to be Yoruba Nation agitators have allegedly attacked a team of soldiers around Oju-Ore axis of Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government, Ogun State.
Daily Post gathered that the incident happened on Thursday when the secessionists were on a procession around Ota.
It was gathered that the agitators had descended on a vehicle conveying some personnel of the Nigerian Army, disarming one of the soldiers. The Yoruba Nation promoters went away with the rifle after mobbing the said soldier.
“Some Yoruba Nation agitators holding a rally around Oju Ore allegedly attacked some military men in their vehicle. In the process, they disarmed a soldier and carted away his rifle,” a source, identified simply as Mayowa said.
A Twitter user identified as Uncle Deji, said: “SouthWest Govs should be deeply concerned about the incident of yesterday at Oju Ore roundabout,
along Sango-Ota-Idiroko road. Yoruba Nation Agitators on rally mobbed a soldier. The SW region should remain peaceful.”
Daily Post reports that the Army had immediately mobilized to Ota in order to arrest the situation.
Residents of the area informed that the heavy presence of military men caused panic among the people as many fled for dear lives.
Also human and vehicular movements were affected for hours before calm was eventually restored.
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