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You can’t declare me wanted – Ex-Oyo PMS Chair, Auxiliary tells police

Former Chairman of the disciplinary committee of Park Management System (PMS) in Oyo State, Mr Mukaila Lamidi, has declared that the police in the state cannot declare him wanted.

Lamidi, popularly known as Auxiliary, said this while speaking on a live radio programme on Fresh FM 105.9 Ibadan, monitored by DAILY POST on Saturday morning.

DAILY POST recalls that Governor Seyi Makinde had a few days ago dissolved the PMS led by Lamidi. https://dailypost.ng/2023/05/30/makinde-dissolves-park-management-system-in-oyo/

The Oyo State Police Command on Friday said that Lamidi haD been declared wanted due to some allegations levied against him.

Lamidi has, however, said that the police could not declare him wanted because he did not fight anyone.

He added that all the allegations levied against him are not correct; hence the police cannot declare him wanted.

Lamidi, who spoke in Yoruba language, added that he would support whatever the state governor, Seyi Makinde wants.

He spoke further that he had warned his followers not to fight anyone because no one can fight the government and go away with it.

“I am not against what the boss said. But the allegation of wanted levied against me is not my own because I did not fight. I did nothing.

“All the policemen that went to gather guns, please, a warrior is bigger than a hunter, even if I have such things, will I keep them in my own house? Am I a fool?

“On the issue of transport union, I will support whatever Governor Makinde wants. I am not against him. I cannot fight the government. If he says that I am there, and if he says that I am not there, so shall it be. But, I am still PDP to the core.

“Because Makinde is my benefactor, he has done well for me. Seye Otunba too. They are my benefactors. I will support whatever they want.

“I am saying that anyone that fights will be arrested by the government, because I did not tell them to fight. When me as the leader has said that they should not fight. I told them that I am in support of whatever the governor want,” he said.

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