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Tuesday, 29 October 2019

Soldiers Storm Police Headquarters In Osun State, 3 Soldiers Disarmed And Arrested

The Osun Command of The Nigerian Police Force was besieged by some armed soldiers on Monday afternoon, causing tension in the area.

According to traders who had shops close to the police headquarters, and witnessed the whole even, 3 of the soldiers entered into the command's premises but others were barred from entering.

Soldiers, Police, Osun
On sighting the arm wielding soldiers, the shops' owners around the headquarters swiftly locked up for fear of unknown and to avoid being caught in the middle of any eventualities.

A trader, who simply identified himself as Segun, told reporters that at around 12:20 pm, no fewer than 28 soldiers were at the gate of the police command and were having a heated argument with the policemen at the entrance.

He added:
“Later a senior police officer with the name Edward Ebuka intervened and prevented the soldiers from entering the command. The soldiers, although left the area, but they never seemed satisfied with the situation, because I believe some of them were likely detained by the police”.
An anonymous police source disclosed that 3 soldiers already entered the premises before the others were stopped at the gate, and those men have been disarmed and arrested by the policemen, while others left. 

The source added that the mission of the soldiers in the area might not be unconnected with the arrest and detention of a soldier arrested in Osogbo for an offence that could not be immediately ascertained last Saturday. When contacted, the Police Public Relations Officer, Folashade Odoro said the command will brief journalists later on the development


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