A few thugs with guns and other hazardous weapons stormed automobile parks in Osogbo, the state capital, just 24 hours after Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governor Ademola Adeleke was inaugurated in.
The attackers reportedly identified themselves as PDP members and launched their violent attack on four auto parks, including Oke-Baale, Old Garage, Ilesa Garage, and Aregbe Garage. The assailants asserted that because the All Progressives Congress (APC) no longer controls the state, the union leaders in the four impacted garages are APC sympathizers and must resign from their positions.
When the parks were attacked on Sunday, November 27, roughly 10 executives and members of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) were hurt, while two policemen were shot. As the shooters attempted to seize control of the union’s headquarters on Monday, November 28, the attacks continued with random firing at the parks.
However, the violence arose because some of the union’s officials were allegedly APC supporters, there was fighting inside the NURTW in the state between factions that were vying to replace them.

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