Monday, 17 April 2017

Ekiti State Governor, Mr.Ayodele Fayose Confirmed the Imposition of Curfew in Igbara Odo Ekiti Community

The Governor of Ekiti state, Mr. Ayodele Fayose, has imposed a curfew on Igbara Odo Ekiti west Local Government Area over the violent protest that led to the death of a man.
According to Thisday News, the state Police Command has confirm the death of one of its men, in the fracas visited on Igbara Odo community in Ekiti South West Local Government Area LGA of the state last Friday by youths of the town.
Source said, this is just as the police have restored normalcy there and also enforced the curfew imposed on the community by the Ekiti state governor, who visited the area with the commissioner of police, Mr. Abdullahi Chafe, in the wake of the crisis last Friday night.
The Ekiti state governor said, that the curfew was to restore normalcy, adding that it will take effect between 6Pm – 7Am.
The Public Relation Officer of the Ekiti State Police Command, Mr. Alberto Adeyemi, said his body had been deposited in the mortuary.
He also added that three arrests had been made in connection with the crisis and added made in connection with the crisis and added that “Mobile and conventional policemen have been deployed in the affected area to maintain peace and ensure strict compliance with the curfew.”

Mr. Adeyemi also said that normalcy had returned to town, “but the monarch cannot return to the palace now because the place was gravely vandalized by the violent youths.”