Kwara Police Declare Man Who Threatened Ilorin Isese Adherent Wanted

Kwara Police Declare Man Who Threatened Ilorin Isese Adherent Wanted

The Kwara State Police Commissioner, Ebunoluwarotimi Adelesi, has declared one Salam Ayodeji, wanted for allegedly threatening Isese adherents in Ilorin Kwara State.

Punch Online had on Sunday reported that Ayodeji stormed the shop of a female Isese adherent in Ilorin, to not only bully her but also threaten to wreak havoc should she not leave town in eight days.

Ayodeji, in the video shared on X, Sunday, was heard accosting the lady asking if women sell electronics before giving her an eight-day ultimatum to evacuate the building where she transacted business.

He said in Yoruba, "Do women sell electronics?" Ayodeji asked, to which his cohorts responded, "We have never heard of such."

The cleric continued saying, "We have told you what we want; leave the town. We do not allow Isese people in our town."

Recall the Muslim cleric in his rant on Sunday also claimed to have the backing of the police commissioner.

In a meeting with Ayodeji's family, on Monday, Adelesi asked the family to produce the suspect latest Wednesday for the alleged offence of terrorism and defamation against the police.

The police boss also berated the family for what she described as "the poor training of their son".

“Is it because Tajudeen’s wife is from Osun State? Does that mean she’s a traditionalist? Or are there no Muslims in Osun State”, the enraged CP queried.

The commissioner who also spoke with the Alaran family, renters to the Isese adherents who were evicted per Ayodeji's threats, berated them for obliging the suspect.

Ayodeji responding to the police commissioner said they had unsuccessfully tried to locate their son, whose phone line had remained unreachable for days now.

Tajudeen, husband to the Isese lady, who was bullied and threatened by Ayodeji and his cohorts, said the suspect's family had asked for his forgiveness and he had given it.

PHOTOS: Transportation Minister Visits Abuja Train Station, Says NRC MD May Face Disciplinary Action

The Minister of Transportation, Saidu Alkali, said that the Managing Director of the Nigeria Railway Corporation might face disciplinary action.

AIkali disclosed this on Sunday when he paid an unscheduled visit to the Idu Train station in Abuja.

During the visit, the minister who personally inspected the coaches discovered several issues that needed urgent attention.

He said, “I received a complaint from the security escorts that in the last five months their allowances were not paid and I am happy that the MD of NRC is appearing before the ministry on Tuesday to brief. So, if he comes I am now well informed the lifts and escalators aren’t working, which makes it very difficult for the elderly and the disabled persons to use the train for travelling.

“Therefore, he would explain why disciplinary action wouldn’t be taken against him."

Credit: Lilian Ukagwu

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