The NANS and the group of Akolade Gbadebo, who was a 400-level understudy of the Government School of Training (Uncommon) Oyo, associated with the College of Ibadan, had blamed Amotekun for murdering the understudy. They said the killed understudy was not a furnished looter as opposed to the cases of the security outfit.
Be that as it may, the commandant of Amotekun in Oyo State, Col. Olayanju Olayinka (retd.) in an assertion on Saturday said his men just had an experience with a three-man theft posse and killed its chief. He added that the two enduring individuals from the posse were given to the Atiba Police headquarters in Oyo town.
The assertion read to some extent, “On Sunday 20th December, 2020, at about 0040hrs (past 12midnight), a versatile watch group of “Amotekun agents from Oyo East and Atiba Neighborhood Government Zones ran into an illicit barricade mounted around Sabo region in Oyo town, inverse old Isale Oyo People group Bank along Oyo – Ogbomoso turnpike.
“While the group was endeavoring to clear the blockade to encourage smooth section for interstate business vehicles handling the street, a gathering of outfitted men suspected to be burglars shot at the Amotekun activity and a weapon duel resulted.
All the while, one of the burglars nicknamed Associated Sarz was killed and two other gangsters were captured at the scene with a privately made gun with cartridges.
“Fundamental examination led at Atiba Police post uncovered the character of the perished as an understudy of the Government School of Instruction Special(SPED), Oyo and a known cultist. The gangsters affirmed that the expired was their group chief and that they have been threatening the overall region of Afijio and Oyo municipality for quite a while.”
However, a more youthful sibling of the perished, Habeeb, when reached told our journalist said his sibling was not a furnished burglar nor a cultist.