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Suspected thugs on rampage over leader’s death in Osun

There was palpable concern at Ota-Efun space, Osogbo on Tuesday morning as suspected thugs went on rampage to revenge the loss of life of their chief.

DAILY POST gathered that one Ismail Daduro, popularly referred to as “Jumong” was stated to have given up the ghost following a protracted unusual sickness.

It was learnt that the deceased was taken to totally different locations to hunt deliverance earlier than his reported loss of life on Tuesday morning.

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It was gathered that members of his group went on rampage on the listening to of Daduro’s loss of life in far-off Ilorin, the Kwara State Capital.

In line with an eyewitness, “gang members of Daduro’s group began destroying property and molesting individuals at Ota-Efun in Osogbo on Tuesday morning.

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“They have been claiming that their chief was killed. Additionally they instructed merchants to not open their outlets for enterprise as we speak and tomorrow.”

It was additionally learnt that Ota-Efun motor park was not spared as a number of automobiles have been reportedly broken.

When contacted, the Police Public Relations Officer, Osun State Command, SP Yemisi Opalola stated police have been deployed to the world to make sure sufficient safety of lives and property.

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Opalola stated normalcy has returned to the world with the presence of the Space Commander, Divisional Police Officer, DPO of Ota-Efun Police Station and the Anti-cultism unit of the command.

She enjoined residents of the world to go about their each day actions with out concern.

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