How Lagos Government Pack Residents In Several Luxurious Buses To Osun, Warn Them To ‘Remain In Their State’

 

Facts have emerged about how the Nigeria Police Force in conjunction with the Lagos State Task Force parked hundreds of residents and young people from the streets of the state on Friday and dumped them in Osun State.

 

One of the youths who said he was taken away by the Nigerian policemen at his place of work on Friday afternoon narrated his ordeal to SaharaReporters.

 

He said the law enforcement agents parked young people from Ajah, TBS and Island areas of the state and gathered them inside an uncompleted building at the Makoko police station before moving them to a forest in Ilesha town in Osun State.

 

He said there were about five luxurious buses filled with the youth that were taken to Osun State in the company of policemen.

 

He said, “We were arrested around 10pm yesterday and they dropped us at Ilesha in Osun State inside the bus and told us we should go and they even threatened to shoot a gun. We were arrested by police ifficers, they took us from Makoko police station to Elemoro and we were taken from Elemoro to Osun. We were plenty. It is about five luxurious buses. We were plenty. They told us that we were arrested because they wanted us to go back to our states.

 

“They parked people from Ajah, Ibeju Lekki, TBS, Agarawu, and Island. We were kept inside one uncompleted building inside the cell.

 

“Police officers followed us. They were the ones that even dumped us inside the forest. One of the officers wore a police uniform while others were task force jackets,” he added.

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The Nigeria Police Force has not yet officially reacted to the incident as of press time.

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