In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 14th, August, 2020

Armed Robbers Utilizing Uncompleted Housing Property As Hideout Assault Employees Of Agricultural Institute In Oyo

Armed Robbers Using Uncompleted Housing Estate As Hideout Attack Staff Of Agricultural Institute In Oyo

Photograph credit score: SaharaReporters

Olawale Olayiwola, an worker of the Institute of Agricultural Analysis and Coaching, Oyo State, has narrated how some armed robbers hiding inside an uncompleted housing property attacked him and his relations.

Olayiwola, who spoke with SaharaReporters, stated the theft assault happened on July 18, 2020 on the Owode Housing Property Part II, leaving him with accidents that required medical consideration at a hospital.

He defined that the deserted housing property positioned alongside the Apata-Ibadan expressway in Oyo State had been left to decay for over 20 years, offering a hideout for legal components.

“Two folks got here with masks and demanded we open the door. We tried to tell our neighbours however they began eradicating the housebreaking of the window and instantly they entered our condo, they used axe to injure me and my spouse earlier than escaping by the window to different homes to rob.

“My spouse spent three days in a non-public hospital whereas I spent 19 days at UCH. The truth is I used to be operated on my legs and arms.

“Amongst issues carted away by the hoodlums together with 1000’s of naira, workplace identification playing cards, driver license and my voter card.

“It’s the neglect of the housing property that was liable for our hazard in the neighborhood.

“The hoodlums are benefiting from the deserted property to assault residents. Now we have tried a number of occasions to succeed in the Oyo State Authorities however to no avail.”

President, Owode Property Part 2 Landlords Affiliation, Oluwole Oyewole, confirmed the assault on Olayiwola, calling on the Oyo State Authorities to right away take over the deserted property.

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Director of Info and Public Relations, Oyo State Housing Company, Kunle Sanni, stated the company had warned those that had lands within the property to develop them with fast impact.

He stated that anybody who did not develop their land would forfeit it to the federal government.


Supply: SaharaReporters

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