The Chairman of National Union of Road Transport Worker, Oroki Branch, Osogbo, State of Osun, Kazeem Oyewale has been arrested by soldiers.
Oyewale, notoriously known as Asiri Eniba, was reportedly arrested alongside some armed political hoodlums at Ojurin motor park, Old Garage, Osogbo, around 12:45pm.
Some residents of Osogbo who witnessed the arrest disclosed that Oyewale and the thugs were caught with two guns, cutlasses and Indian hemp.
According to the residents, the soldiers fired several warning gunshots into the air when some other thugs wanted to attack them.
It was gathered that Oyewale who put on white native, had attempted to escape before he was cautioned by the soldiers.
One of the eye witnesses said: “The soldiers came with a hilux and one hummer bus. They went straight to where Asiri and his boys were. The soldiers took strategic position and surrounded the building where Asiri and his boys were.
“Some of them went inside and we where hearing noise. They later matched out Asiri and like five of his boys. Two of the boys were with guns.
“When the soldiers were matching them into bus, some thugs were throwing stones at the soldiers and that forced them to be shooting sporadically. The gunshots were much.”
I AM NO FAN OF GARAGE BOYS AND THEIR LAWLESSNESS.
According to this report. This person was arrested by soldiers and not the police in his domain without committing any crime and not in any crime area. Heating the polity without provocation has no good bearing for anything and anyone.
THE FACT ON GROUND HAPPENS ON THE FALLOUT BETWEEN THE NURTW AND THE APC IN THE WESTERN PART OF NIGERIA. LAGOS STATE CASE IS A CLASSIC EVEIDENCE OF THE SEVERANCE OF RELATIONSHIP WITH THE UNION BODY.
To insinuate and or assert that the abducted union leader in the reportage works for the APC fuels curiosity with further suspicion for PARTISAN notion cum OPERATIONS.