Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho, who gave Fulani herdsmen quit notice in Igangan, ibarapa LGA of Oyo State re-emerged revealing he had a meeting with the new Police Commissioner in Oyo state and the Area Commander.
According to Sunday Igboho who met with the Police Commissioner Ngozi Onadeko and her deputy and was not arrested, despite the order of Oyo State governor, Seyi Makinde.
Igboho said he got support from the police on the security of the area and in turn, he pleaded to the people to collaborate with the Police Area Commander and other policemen.
He also went further to note that, more security operatives will be recruited to the area to maintain law and order.
He also informed that the commissioner of police will be visiting the town and other towns to re-assure the people that there will no longer be kidnapping or killings by Fulani herdsmen.
It appeared however that he was not absolutely right on when the commissioner will come on a visit, as she visited today, in company of Fatai Owoseni, the Special Adviser on security to Governor Seyi Makinde.
According to Taiwo Adisa, the Chief Press secretary to Governor Makinde, the delegation toured the trouble spots of Ibarapa and Oke-Ogun areas of the state.
They conducted on-the-spot assessment of the tension-soaked communities of Igangan, Tede and Ago Are communities.