Why Yoruba Nation Agitators’ Buildings Were Demolished – Oyo Govt


The Oyo State Government says the demolition of buildings allegedly belonging to Yoruba Nation agitators was based on a court order.

This is according to the Oyo State Commissioner for Lands, Housing, Survey, and Urban Development, William Akin-Funmilayo, who spoke at the sites of the demolished buildings located separately at Shagari area, Toye Oyesola Street, Boluwaji and at Zone 4, Irorun Oluwa Community, Fatusi Ayegun road, Odo Dudu area, both in Oluyole Local Government Area, Ibadan.

He advised residents of the state to always report any strange, suspicious, or threatening activity in their vicinity to the appropriate authorities immediately after they notice such.

This move came a day after 29 suspects were arraigned in court by the police for treasonable felony and other offenses.

The state government had on April 16, 2024 demolished the buildings being used by the agitators of the Yoruba Nation who invaded the State Secretariat, Agodi, Ibadan on Saturday, April 7, 2024, following a court order.

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