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•••Demolishes Illegal Lithium Processing Factory


Oyo state government has on Thursday justified it’s actions over demolition of building allegedly belonged to the Yoruba Nation agitators.

The state’s Commissioner for Lands, Housing, Survey and Urban Development, William Akin-Funmilayo, stated this while speaking with journalists at the site of the demolished building allegedly belonging to Yoruba Nation agitators.

Recall that the Oyo State had on Tuesday demolished a building located at Toye Oyesola Street, Sagari, Boluwaji area of Ibadan which it claimed belonged the Yoruba Nation agitators who invaded the Oyo State Government Secretariat on Saturday.

The commissioner who conducted journalists round the building said the government pulled it down after obtaining a court order.

He said, “The demolition was carried out two days ago. We obtained a court order from High Court on April 16,2024 to demolish the building, having got information that the Yoruba Nation agitators used the place. This building belongs to them. It houses dangerous weapons.”

“The government will give you peace of mind. The government is here to maintain security. We implore the residents to say something when they see something. I will implore them to report any illegal and life-threatening activities to the government.”

Similarly, the state government has also demolished an illegal lithium processing factory Idi-Ayure road, Oluyole local government axis of Ibadan. It was also gathered that the state government has secured a court order to that effect.”


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