Why I Was Involved in the Oyo Secretariat Invasion as a Yoruba Nation Lecturer

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In response to Saturday’s invasion of the Oyo State Government Secretariat in Agodi, Ibadan by Yoruba Nation agitators, Alabi Ogundeji, a 55-year-old lecturer at the Federal College of Education (Special), Oyo, in Oyo State, stated that he had no regrets about his involvement.

On Monday, he addressed the gathering of 21 protesters led by Oyo State Commissioner Hamzat Adebola.

One of the twenty-one Yoruba Nation agitators detained, Ademola Adeniyi, a 29-year-old phone repairman, claimed he had no remorse for his actions, much like Ogundeji.

Both males were part of the group who stormed the state capitol armed with cutlasses, guns, and military camouflage.

Ogundeji (55), Adeniyi (29), Adeyemo Oluwaseun (29), Adeyemo Peter (75), Amos Ogundeji (45), Ayanwale Rofiayat (25), Olaleye Mathew (54), Fatoki Anthony (34), Muritala Abere (40), Adepoju Ismaila (45), and Fatunmbi Wasiu (30) were among those presented by CP Adebola.

Isaac Friday, Ayanwale Saburi, Elegbede Adebola, Adedamola Deniyi, Ojo Olufemi, Ajani Ezekiel, Adejumo Lateef, Ayoola David, Adesokan Hammed, and Salawudeen Wahab were among the others.

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