Forty-two individuals from the northern a part of the nation who arrived Ondo State with unknown mission have been returned to their states of origin.
The suspected invaders, who have been rescued from being lynched at Okitipupa by the Amotekun Corps, have been later rounded up and profiled by the safety company.
Whereas parading them in Akure, the commander of the Amotekun corps, Adetunji Adeleye claimed that they got here for a non-public agency safety coaching.
“The reason supplied by the women and men was not passable to the state of governmment
“These women and men have been first sighted in Okitipupa native authorities space of Ondo state on Thursday the place their arrival created pointless rigidity and apprehension amongst many residents of the group.
“The individuals who got here from Jigawa and Kano states have been stated to have come for a mission unknown to authorities.”
Additionally talking on the state of affairs, Commissioner for Info, Donald Ojogo, stated “The state of affairs would have degenerated to the extent of lynching and jungle justice. It was virtually attending to that time once they have been seen in a suspicious method in Okitipupa however the governor needed to rise as much as the event to make sure that they got to satisfactory safety in order that jungle justice needed to be averted. That was one of many key factors that was achieved within the final 72 hours. It was a really horrifying state of affairs.
“Ordinarily wanting on the insecurity state of affairs within the nation, a few of this individuals would have been molested if not killed however that isn’t what we would like. No matter is value doing should be effectively performed and we ensured as a authorities that they have been effectively protected and brought care of till they have been moved out of that hazard zone to Akure.”
The suspected invaders have been stated to have been contacted by their alleged sponsors for a particular coaching.
In the meantime, they’ve been escorted by the officers of the Amotekun Corps to the state boundary.