Following the ruling of Oyo State High on the illegality of Oyo State Park Management System setup by Governor Seyi Makinde-led administration, members of the proscribed National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) and members of the dissolved PMS engaged in a bloody clash, leading to alleged death of three persons.
According to multiple sourcest, members of NURTW demanded park managers motor parks for them to operate, which led to free-for-all clash.
According to a member of NURTW, Kazeem Ekolo, three members of the union were killed on Sunday.
“Three of our members were killed and the so called park managers evacuated their corpses. The governor must be proactive,” he said.
Another report says that no fewer than four people were shot at Ifeleye market in Ibadan.
It was learnt that hoodlums from the Foko area of Ibadan arrived at the area around 7:30 pm and started shooting sporadically.
A resident of Oke Padre, Abass Kareem, said: “Those hoodlums came back last night (Sunday). They shot four people and when the police repelled their attack, they left but returned late at night. The insecurity is getting too tense in Ibadan”