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Ibadan Senator’s House Vandalized By Hoodlums And About 300 Motorcycles Carted Away

On Saturday, the residence of Senator Teslim Folarin, representative of the Oyo Central senatorial district in the National Assembly, located at Oluyole Estate, Ibadan, was vandalized and about 300 motorcycles were carted away by hoodlums.

The serving senator confirmed the incident stated that no fewer than 300 motorcycles, deep freezers, and food items, which were meant for the empowerment of his constituents, were looted.

He said: “I am relieved because no life was lost.”

However, Mr Olugbenga Fadeyi, PPRO Oyo State Police Command also confirmed the incident saying:

 “The Divisional Police Officer, Oluyole, is fully aware of the development and the matter is being investigated.

“We shall be able to give the detail on the circumstance surrounding the incident after the investigation has been concluded.”

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