BREAKING: DSS Arrests Wanted Oyo Motorpark Boss, Auxiliary

According to reports from Newsmen, it has been disclosed that the Department of State Services (DSS) has apprehended Mukaila Lamidi, popularly known as Auxiliary, former chairman of the Oyo State Park Management System who had been wanted by the authorities.

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Auxiliary was arrested at his residence in the Olodo area of Ibadan, the capital of Oyo State, at approximately 4:00 pm on Tuesday. The exact reasons for his arrest remain unclear, but an anonymous source revealed that it may be related to an interview he gave on Saturday, May 4. In the interview, he called out Seye Famojuro, a trusted ally of Oyo State Governor Seyi Makinde, accusing him of being responsible for his troubles.

During the interview, conducted by media personnel Ajibola Akinyefa in the Yoruba language, Auxiliary stated that the consequences of Famojuro’s actions would be evident, regardless of whether Famojuro or Governor Seyi Makinde held power. He also criticized the individuals chosen by Famojuro to manage the park, claiming they were deceiving themselves.

When asked about his removal and allegations of hooliganism, Auxiliary questioned the number of people who reported him to the police for assault. He further asserted that Famojuro would eventually return to Ijesha, as Ibadan was not his homeland. Auxiliary concluded by suggesting that Famojuro would face the consequences of his actions.

It is worth noting that Auxiliary was previously arrested in May 2023 due to his alleged involvement in an attempt by his supporters to cause unrest in the state following the dissolution of the Park Management System committee by Governor Makinde.

An anonymous and reliable source informed Newsmen that the police swiftly intervened to prevent a breakdown of law and order in the state. However, during the operation, Lamidi managed to escape, leading to his subsequent declaration as a wanted individual.

Efforts to obtain a comment from the spokesperson for the DSS, Peter Afunnaya, were unsuccessful as he did not respond to calls or text messages.

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