*Says he is wanted in connection with cases of murder, kidnapping among others
By; BAYO AKAMO, Ibadan
Few days after raiding his hotel recovering arms and ammunition, Oyo State Police Command on Friday, declared the Disciplinary Chairman of the dissolved Pack Management System (PMS) in the state, Mukaila Lamidi Auxiliary wanted.
Oyo State Police Command in a statement signed by the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) SP Adewale Osifeso, disclosed that Mukaila Lamidi is wanted “in connection with cases of; Attempted Murder, Causing Grevious Harm, Arms Dealing , Murder, Armed Robbery within Oyo state and Kidnapping at Oke-ogun and Ibarapa axis of the state”
According to the Oyo State Police Command, “anybody with useful information as to his whereabouts should please contact the Oyo State Police Command.
” The General Public particularly good citizens of Oyo State is hereby notified that Lamidi Mukaila Aka Auxiliary ‘M’ is wanted by the Nigeria Police Force, Oyo State Command in connection with cases of; Attempted Murder, Causing Grevious Harm, Arms Dealing , Murder, Armed Robbery within Oyo state and Kidnapping at Oke-ogun and Ibarapa axis of the State”, it said.
The Police command added, ” Lamidi Mukaila is an indigene of Oyo State. He was born on the 9th, January 1962 (61yrs) and dark in complexion. He is about 1.55m (5ft1), Married and speaks Yoruba & English Language moderately.
His last known address is Diamond Hotel, Alakia-Isebo, Egbeda LGA.
” Anybody with useful information as to his whereabouts should please contact the Oyo State Police Command on any of these lines; these lines; 08033387701, 08023219552, 07055495413 and 08081768614.
It would be recalled that Men of the Oyo state Police command on Tuesday arrested 78 members of the dissolved Oyo State Park Management System (PMS) with sophisticated firearms, 724 Cartridges, assorted charms, 33 Mobile Phones, and a cash sum of about N3,450,000 million naira only
during a raid on the Ex PMS Chairman, Mukaila Lamidi Auxiliary residence
Oyo State Commissioner of Police, CP Adebowale Williams said the PMS members were arrested while about to ” create widespread carnage and civil disturbance in the State following the immediate dissolution of the PMS Disciplinary Committee by Governor Seyi Makinde on Monday.