Two Stations Burnt, Four Killed in Ibadan

This is as the state government ordered the closure of all schools in the state for the rest of the week.

Meanwhile, early Tuesday morning saw many schools unopened for academic activities.

Additionally, the government directed the men of the Joint Security Anti-Crime Task Force Team codenamed operation burst to troubled part of the metropolis.

According to unconfirmed sources, crisis erupted when police officers At Ojoo Police station opened fire at hundreds of youth during #EndSARS protest after suspecting that the protesters are going to launch an attack.

The suspected hoodlums were said to have launched the attack on a police station in Ojoo, Ibadan after the police fired the shots.

Vehicles parked inside the station were also burnt along the station.

Sources confirmed that close to ten people at the scene were severely injured.

Confirming the incident, the spokesperson of the Oyo State Police command, Fadeyi Olugbenga, said “disgruntled elements/ miscreants attacked Ojoo Police station in the name of protest.”

He promised to make more details on the incident available later.

In a statewide broadcast at the state owned Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State (BCOS), Governor Makinde said although no cases of disruptions of protest grounds was recorded in the state since it started, thugs and hoodlums have taken advantage of the situation to perpetrate uncivil acts and harass citizens who are going about their day-to-day activities.