How my homes, farms were looted — Senator


A Nigerian senator, Adelere Oriolowo, has explained how some hoodlums searching for COVID-19 palliatives looted his houses and farms.

PREMIUM TIMES on Saturday reported how some hoodlums carted away valuables across Osun State. The places affected include Iwo Local Government Secretariat and the homes of some politicians including former deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, Lasun Yusuff, spokesperson of the Senate, Ajibola Basiru and that of a senator representing Osun West, Mr Oriolowo.

Reacting to the attack on his home, Mr Oriolowo in a statement sent to PREMIUM TIMES by his aide, Adam Adedimeji, on Sunday, said hoodlums looted property and personal belongings worth several millions of naira at his Iwo and Osogbo homes.

The senator’s farms located at Odo-Oba and Alagbede, both in Iwo, Osun state were equally looted, vandalised and destroyed, the aide said.

“Preliminary information gathered was that the hoodlums came in search of palliatives and COVID-19 relief materials purportedly stored in the Senator’s house. This dastardly act was very unfortunate and unwarranted and condemnable by peace loving people of Iwo and Osun state in…



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