“Police Can’t Declare Me Wanted” – Auxiliary Hits Back from Hideout
Alhaji Mukaila Lamidi, the recently removed chairman of the Park Management System (PMS) disciplinary committee in Oyo State, responded to his dismissal by asserting that the police lack the authority to list him as a wanted individual.
Lamidi, also known as Auxiliary, who is currently wanted by the police for alleged involvement in gun-running, has expressed gratitude to Governor Seyi Makinde, emphasising that the governor remains a benefactor of his destiny.
Auxiliary stated that, in keeping with his commitment to peace, he would comply with any decision made by the governor regarding transport unions.
Auxiliary, speaking on a live radio programme from an undisclosed location on Saturday morning, stated that he is a peace-loving individual who would never turn the state into a battleground as a result of the dissolution of the PMS by the governor.
Referring to the Oyo State Police’s declaration that he is wanted, Auxiliary dismissed the information as irrelevant, stating, “Why would I, as a sensible person, hide or store weapons at my residence?”
He warned his associates against inciting unrest or engaging in violence in Ibadan or other parts of the state, urging them to abandon such schemes.
While praising Governor Makinde and his ally, Otunba Seye Famojuro, Auxiliary acknowledged that both men have played a significant role in his life.
However, Auxiliary assured him of his willingness to comply and cooperate with the PMS driver unions’ integration and reform efforts. He stressed that he would accept the result even if the new reform did not benefit him.
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