Saturday 3 June 2023

"Police cannot declare me wanted".…Auxiliary Speaks From Hiding

The sacked chairman of Oyo State Park Manager System (PMS), Mukaila Lamidi, aka Auxiliary, says the police cannot declare him wanted.

Auxiliary, said on Saturday that the police cannot declare him wanted because Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State, was his destiny helper.

Auxiliary further stated that he is committed to peace, adding he would abide by whatever decision the governor takes on transport unions.

Reacting to the allegations of violence allegedly perpetrated by his boys in Ibadan, Auxiliary who spoke on Saturday morning from his hideout on a live radio programme in Ibadan, said, he is a peace-lover, who could not have turned the state to a theatre of war over the dissolution of the PMS by the governor.

On the position of the Oyo State Police that declared him wanted, Auxiliary said, such declaration was not meant for him, adding that: “When I’m not a fool, how could I have hidden or stockpiled those weapons at my residence?”

He, however, warned his boys not to forment trouble or engage in any act of violence in Ibadan and other parts of the state, saying they should desist from such plans.

The former PMS boss added that no individual, no matter how highly influential he or she is, is bigger than government.

He spoke glowingly about Governor Makinde and his ally, Otunba Seye Famojuro, declaring that both are his benefactors.

Auxiliary, however, promised to comply and cooperate with the reform and integration of other driver unions into the PMS, stating that if the new reform doesn’t favour him, he would accept the outcome.

KAKAKIOODUA reported that the Oyo Police Command, on Friday had declared Auxiliary wanted over attempted murder, arms dealing, murder, armed robbery and kidnapping.

The state police command raided his hideout in Ibadan, the state capital, on Tuesday, where guns and other weapons were reportedly recovered while 78 suspected hoodlums were also arrested.

The police said more sophisticated arms and ammunition were recovered at his hideout.

The people of oyo state had complained several times that Auxiliary and his boys have become a pain in the neck, following a series of killings and skirmishes due to rivalry among their members.

Those that are close to the two men said the governor allowed the excesses of Auxiliary because of political exigencies; Makinde, according to them needed him and his boys for his re-election bid against political enemies that may want to thwart his ambition.

But the once blossoming relationship apparently ended after the governor won the 2023 governorship election, and from what people say, does not need the ‘service’ of Auxiliary again.

Besides, the governor’s team was said to have told him that he won the last election purely on his popularity, and not necessarily through help from Auxiliary and his boys.

It’s based on this advice that Makinde was said to have dissolved the Park Management in his second term in office, which apparently did not go down well with Auxiliary, who felt he has been used and dumped.

Some names of suspects arrested when Auxillary hideout was raided by the police 🚓 The police command said the suspects comprise 49 males and 29 females and were listed as follows:   

Tirimisiyu Odunayo 'm' Age 55 Yrs, 

Isiaka Idris 'm' Age 45 Yrs, 

Kamoru Yusuf 'm' Age 55 Yrs, 

Adebayo Olalekan 'm' Age 18 Yrs, 

Kolawole Joshua 'm' Age 48 Yrs, 

Moradeyo Tosin 'm' Age 30 Yrs, 

Oluwole Akanbi 'm' Age 60 Yrs, 

Isiaka Lamidi 'm' Age 53 Yrs, 

Opeyemi Abdulahi 'm' Age 25 Yrs, 

Abdulahi Inaomo 'm' Age 50 Yrs, 

Musa Odunayo 'm' Age 44 Yrs, 

Biodun Olaniyi 'm' Age 35 Yrs, 

Alabi Ibrahim 'm,' Age 20 Yrs, 

Hammed Yusuf 'm' Age 34 Yrs. 

Adedokun Tajudeen 'm' Age 50 Yrs; 

Olaniyi Olayinka 'm' Age 33 Yrs; 

Abass Ogunmola 'm' Age 50 Yrs; 

Inaolaji Banjo 'm' Age 49 Yrs; 

Sikiru Afolabi 'm' Age 53 Yrs; 

Aweda Bashiru 'm' Age 42 Yrs; 

Amos Ajayi 'm' Age 45 Yrs; 

Akande Basit 'm' Age 21 Yrs; 

Hammed Dauda 'm' Age 30 Yrs; 

Afeez Ademola 'm' Age 30 Yrs; 

Sarafa Adewale 'm' Age 54 Yrs; 

Owoade Sodiq 'm' Age 34 Yrs; 

Azeez Olaide 'm' Age 38 Yrs; 

Taofeeq Robiu 'm' Age 52 Yrs; 

Hammed Rasaq 'm' Age 41 Yrs; 

Kunle Oladosun 'm' Age 50 Yrs; 

Moses Owuru 'm' Age 38 Yr 

Odunayo Abiodun 'm' Age 35 Yrs; 

Adepoju Adewale 'm' Age 46 Yrs; 

Fatai Abidemi 'm' Age 42 Yrs; 

Teslim Ishola 'm' Age 40 Yrs; 

Adebayo Akande 'm' Age 33 Yrs; 

Isamotu Sulaimon 'm' Age 45 Yrs; 

Oladeji Felix 'm' Age 31 Yrs 

Moruf Lateef 'm' Age 45 Yrs.  

Ajadi Ademola 'm' Age 22 Yrs; 

Adekunle Adejare 'm' Age 40 Yrs; 

Olaonipekun Jamiu 'm' Age 28 Yrs; 

Ukana Daniel 'm' Age 29 Yrs; 

Sikiru Adebayo 'm' Age 62 Yrs; 

Wahab Saheed 'm' 33 Yrs; 

Babatunde Ridwan 'm' Age 29 Yrs: 

Adebavo Sodia 'm' Aae 23 Yrs: 

Adabale Afeez 'm' Age 25 Yrs; 

Kafayat Idris 'f' Age 30 Yrs; 

Silifa Ibraheem 'f' Age 30 Yrs; 

Kafayat Alaba 'f' Age 30 Yrs; 

Adijat Olaniyan 'f' Age 30 Yrs; 

Tosin Olalekan 'f' Age 35 Yrs; 

Oyewola Ifeoluwa 'f' Age 28 Yrs; 

Balikis Kabiru 'f' Age 32 Yrs; 

Afolabi Oluwakemi 'f' Age 30 Yrs; 

Ariyo Funmilayo 'f' Age 38 Yrs; 

Rukayat Taiwo 'f' Age 30 Yrs. 

Aminat Popoola 'f' Age 29 Yrs 60. 

Funke Mohammed 'f' Age 42 Yrs; 

Taiwo Sulaimon 'f' Age 29 Yrs; 

Ganiyat Fatai 'f' Age 41 Yrs; 

Mutiat Ayoola 'f' Age 40 Yrs; 

Ronke Ogunrinde 'f' Age 33 Yrs; 

Omolara Mustapha 'f' Age 42 Yrs; 

Bunmi Ogunrinade 'f' Age 40 Yrs; 

Akintola Salewa 'f' Age 30 Yrs; 

Maria Ajadi 'f' Age 29 Yrs; 

Tiamiyu Karimot 'f' Age 23 Yrs; 

Adeniyi Funmilayo 'f' Age 33 Yrs; 

Ogundele Taiwo 'f' Age 42 Yrs; 

Ogundele Sukura 'f' Age 22 Yrs; 

Adeola Adeniji 'f' Age 20 Yrs; 

Sulia Salawu 'f' Age 29 Yrs; 

Fatai Fasilat 'f' Age 49 Yrs; 

Olajumoke Olawuwo 'f' 52 Yrs; 

Adedokun Maria 'f' Age 23 Yrs 

Smila Abiodun 'm' Age 35 Yrs."35 yrs

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