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In Kwara OPC members in bloody clash

Three lives were lost, during the clash, and at least 16 people were receiving treatment for various degrees of injury.

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Gani Adams' OPC says will not protest pipeline surveillance contract withdrawal play

Gani Adams' OPC says will not protest pipeline surveillance contract withdrawal

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A bloody clash involving members of the Oodua Peoples’ Congress, ensued in Kwara state, during the coronation of Arigbamu of Agbamu, Oba Samuel Dare.

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The fracas started when some members who were expelled from the group, came to make their grievances known to the OPC National Coordinator, Mr. Gani Adams.

Gani Adams' OPC says will not protest pipeline surveillance contract withdrawal play

Gani Adams' OPC says will not protest pipeline surveillance contract withdrawal

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This did not go down well with some members who were present, and a fight ensued.

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Three lives were lost, during the clash, and at least 16 people were receiving treatment for various degrees of injury.

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OPC members protest in Lagos

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According to Punch Newspapers, a policeman at Agbamu Police Post, who chose to speak under anonymity said “We never envisaged this kind of security breach; hence, we would have called for reinforcement from other neighbouring police stations. By virtues of their large numbers, they held everybody into ransom."

OPC members protest in Lagos play

OPC members protest in Lagos

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He also said “I can confirm to you that three people were shot dead while several others were seriously injured. The injured ones have been taken to nearby private hospitals.”

 

 

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