Gani Adams Reveals Southwest States to be Attacked by Terrorists, Their Location
There are armed terrorists in Lagos, Ogun, Oyo, and Osun to strike terror on innocent Nigerians at any time
This was the disclosure of Otunba Gani Adams, the Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland, on Sunday, July 31
The Yoruba warlord has called on security agencies in the southwestern states to rise to the occasion, track and deal with the criminals
The Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland, Gani Adams, on Sunday, July 31, revealed that terrorists have moved into forests in Lagos, Ogun, Oyo, and Osun to build their camps.
Using an intelligence contained in a statement released by his media aide, Kehinde Aderemi, Adams said the terrorists are in possession of sophisticated ammunition, TheCable reports.
He, therefore, called on the southwest security network, Amotekun, to be on red alert in case of any attempt by the criminals to attack.
The Yoruba chief also urged President Muhammadu Buhari to redeem his image before his tenure expires, adding that he is ready to give his support if called upon at any time.
Part of the statement seen by The Punch read:
“Information reaching me today is that the terrorists are in-between Osu forest and Ile Ife, Osun state, fully armed with various ammunition and they are presently in the forest between Abeokuta and Ibadan planning to attack us in the south-west.
“This is one information that we need to act on in order to avoid possible calamity. Yoruba aren’t cowards. So, let everybody in the southwest be vigilant and be watchful in checking this insecurity scourge that is already stiff-necking Nigeria.
“We will never allow them to destroy our land. Therefore, we urge the six governors in the south-west states to hold an urgent emergency security meeting with stakeholders across the region so as to address the impending implosion.
“We are aware of their plans to strike in Lagos, Ibadan, Oyo state, and Abeokuta in Ogun state, however, I implore all the governors in the south-west to recruit local security service structure in their various local governments.”