One allegedly killed, 3 injured by security agents in Ibadan market

  At least, four persons have been allegedly shot by some people believed to be security agents in a market in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital...

 

At least, four persons have been allegedly shot by some people believed to be security agents in a market in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.

Saga Gist gathered on Wednesday that the four people were reportedly shot at Oje market on Tuesday.

The incident, according to reliable sources, occurred around 8.pm.

The reason for the shooting at the market has not been ascertained as at the time of filing this report on Friday.

It was also gathered that one of the four people who were allegedly shot died a few minutes after he was shot.

It was gathered that the gunmen took the corpse of the deceased away.

The three other victims who sustained bullet wounds according to the sources, one included Kehinde Omoboye, a motorcyclist and another trader at the market.

It was gathered that the three people were still nursing the wounds

A woman identified as Iya Ibeji, who is the mother of one of the victims, noted that she and the family of another victim spent the sum of two hundred and thirty thousand naira to remove the bullets from two of the victims.

Iya Ibeji said on Friday that she was surprised when she was called on Tuesday that her son had been shot by people suspected to be dressed in Amotekun Corps uniform.

“Yes, it is true. We have gone home, but when they called us, they said that Amotekun shot some people. And there was no fight. They just heard the gunshots. But, my own son, Kehinde Omoboye was one of the victims. He was shot when he was about to leave the market.

“His name is Kehinde Omoboye, they have removed the bullets, but we spent a lot of money. For two people who are from my side, we spent N230,000. I was told that one of the four people died and they took the corpse away. We removed the bullets at Elege place. It was Elege that helped us to remove the bullets.

“I was told that a policeman followed them on that day but, I do not know where the policeman came from. One person died instantly, they took his corpse away, the remaining victims are one motorcyclist, one person beside our shot and my own son.”

Amotekun Corps commandant, Olayinka Olayanju when contacted on Wednesday, said he was not aware of the incident.

Olayanju said, “I am not aware of anything like that.”

However, all efforts to get a reaction from the Public Relations Officer of the State Police command, Adewale Osifeso since Wednesday were fruitless.

Osifeso, when contacted on Wednesday sought for more time to get details of the incident.

He said, “You would be updated soonest.”

Osifeso is yet to supply details of the incident as at the time of filing this report on Friday.

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