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Oyo state government appoints Omolewa to replace auxillary as chairman park management system

The Oyo State Government has finally dumped the controversial chairman of the Park Management System (PMS) Lamidi Mukaila, popularly called Auxiliary, and replaced him with former secretary of the Park Management System (PMS), Oluwatomiwa Omolewa.

Penpushing reports that this was made known by Governor Seyi Makinde in a statement issued by his media aide Sulaimon Olanrewaju, adding that Omolewa has been approved as the new chairman of the agency.

The statement in same vein, disclosed that Kasali Lawal has been appointed as the secretary of the agency, while it is recalled that that the state government last week removed Auxiliary, as the chairman of the disciplinary committee of the agency and sacked the entire management.

“Oyo State government has announced Alhaji Oluwatomiwa Omolewa, former Park Management System (PMS) Secretary, as the new Chairman. “Alhaji Kasali Ajisafe Lawal aka Baba Bola is to serve as the secretary. This appointment is part of the reorganisation of the PMS embarked upon by the state government’, the statement reads

Penpushing further reports that it is recalled that the police had earlier raided a hotel linked to Auxiliary and declared him wanted after 20 guns were allegedly found in the facility, but in response from his hideout, Auxillary denied the claim by the police that he planned to foment trouble in Ibadan over the sack of the previous management of the agency.

The replaced and embattled Auxiliary denied ownership of the arms allegedly recovered from his hotel and faulted the police for declaring him wanted, stressing that he’s not a fool and has no reason to hide or stockpiled weapons at his residence

Penpushing also reports that  the Governor at a church service in Ibadan  has assured residents of the state that his government would reform the Park Management System (PMS) to ensure those fomenting troubles were disengaged

“Before the last election, it wasn’t as if there are no thugs but we called them and told them the new Oyo State we want. We don’t want them to fight themselves, we don’t want fight to break out from our garages every time’.

‘We told them, don’t fight anybody. if we are re-elected, we shall ensure we unite you so that everyone can get what belongs to him or her for people and the government to operate in the atmosphere of peace. But one of them said he can’t work with others. So I said two governments cannot operate in the state, there will only be one government.”

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