Osun State governor, Adegboyega Oyetola has urge those who looted businesses and other items in the state to return them within 72hrs and be granted Amnesty.
The governor say this as he embark on spot assessment and evaluation of damaged done by the hoodlums on the government and private own properties in the State.
The Governor in his statements, however trended to track anyone who refuse to return the looted items with the given times.
Oyetola said in post made available on his social media pages "Earlier today, I, in company of other top govt. officials, embarked on an on-the-spot assessment and evaluation of the level of damage done to government's property and private businesses in Osun by suspected armed robbers, hoodlums and miscreants. What I saw was disheartening and unfortunate.
I sympathise with business owners and individuals whose stores and property were looted and vandalised in different parts of the State. I also commiserate with the Chairman, Tuns Farm, Asiwaju Tunde Badmus over the unfortunate death of his staff during the raid.
I assure of our administration's readiness to support the victims to enable them come back to life. I however urge persons with looted items to return them within 72 hours and we shall grant them amnesty. But should they fail to do so, I can assure you we've all it takes to track them."OMOKOSHABAN