- The streets of Osogbo and Ede in Osun state are reportedly filled with protesters on the rampage
- According to reports, pandemonium ensued following the unfavourable verdict meted out against Gov Ademola Adeleke by the Osun election tribunal
- It was gathered that posters, banners, and billboards of the All Progressive Congress (APC) were vandalised
Osun, Osogbo – Emerging reports have confirmed that there is pandemonium in Osogbo, the Osun state capital following the verdict of the election tribunal sacking Governor Ademola Adeleke.
According to Daily Independence, suspected political thugs were on a rampage on Friday, January 27 destroying billboards, posters, and banners of the All Progressive Congress (APC).
calabargistblog.com.ng gathered that public properties were vandalised by these suspected thugs who ignited fear in residents.
Further information gathered that loyalists of ex-governor Gboyaga Oyetola and members of the APC have gone off the radar over the fear of being attacked by these hoodlums.
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It was gathered that the streets of Osogbo and Ede the native town of the incumbent were flooded by security agents in order to restore normalcy and calm the nerves of residents.
However, it was gathered that some protesters barricaded the popular Olaiya junction and Oke Fia which has led to heavy gridlock around this axis.
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