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OPC threathens Herdsmen, Kidnappers in Yorubaland

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The O’dua Peoples Congress, OPC, has warned kidnappers and herdsmen engaged in criminal actions in parts of the South-West to cease or incur their wrath.

OPC gave the warning in a press release issued in Lagos on the weekend by its President, Aare Prince Osibote.

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OPC leader in Lagos State/ dailypost

He warned kidnappers and herdsmen to cease their criminal actions in the South-West or they will be compelled to vacate.

OPC urged South-West residents to not panic, including that it was ready to flush out the abductors, and herdsmen abducting harmless Nigerians from their hide-outs.

Osibote stated, “Enough is enough.

Yoruba are peace-loving and hospitable. We welcome everyone with open arms, however the OPC won’t permit any particular person or group to make the South-West unsafe or turn the area right into a den of criminals.

“Time is up for these criminals abducting individuals. That is the final warning to them, they need to cease now, or relocate elsewhere exterior the South-West. If they fail to take action, they are going to quickly meet their Waterloo.

“We’re watching the unfolding ugly developments with eager interests.

“Yoruba and other residents within the South-West mustn’t panic. We’re, nevertheless, calling on the Federal Authorities to rapidly handle this insecurity problem before it additional degenerates.

“OPC leaders won’t watch helplessly or fold their arms whereas some criminals are making life troublesome for our people, and are behaving as if they’re above the law,” he declared.

He maintained that OPC as a company was committed to unity, peace and concord amongst Nigerians, however decried a scenario where some criminals have constituted themselves into menace towards innocent residents.

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