Naira disaster: DSS arrests lawmaker-elect over Sagamu mayhem

Naira disaster: DSS arrests lawmaker-elect over Sagamu mayhem

A lawmaker-elect for the Ogun State Home of Meeting, Damilare Bello, has been arrested by operatives of the Division of State Companies.

Bello, a Peoples Democratic Occasion member, was alleged to have masterminded the Sagamu mayhem that left a number of banks vandalised through the naira shortage protest.

Our correspondent gathered that the suspects had spurned a number of invites by the DSS.

Bello, popularly often called Dre, was stated to have been on the run because the incident occurred however surfaced for Saturday election.

A supply on the DSS confirmed Bello’s arrest to our correspondent on Wednesday.

The supply stated, “Preliminary investigation has commenced and the suspect could also be prosecuted for crime referring to arson and disturbing of public peace, amongst others upon conclusion of investigation.

“The  arrest is  not politically motivated because it  was being reported.”

Nevertheless, the governorship candidate of the  Peoples Democratic Occasion in Ogun State, Oladipupo Adebutu, has reprotedly visited the DSS workplace.

The supply instructed our correspondent that the PDP had despatched three  completely different delegations, led by its chairman, Sikirulah Ogundele,  and different chieftains over the matter.

The supply stated, “Adebutu himself visited the command at present, (Wednesday), with a view to mending fences with the service and as effectively clear the previous misconceptions in regards to the workplace and realised that the service is a reputable establishment that have to be reckoned with.”

 Adebutu’s media aide, Afolabi Orekoya, confirmed to our correspondent that his principal was on the DSS workplace.

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