Amotekun to the rescue as 2 men steal female pants in Osun

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Two men have been arrested by men of the Amotekun Corps for burgling a house and stealing multiple female pants in Osun State.

It was gathered that the duo burgled the house located at Kajola Ajaba in Ila Local Government Area of the state and stole the pants belonging to five women.

The suspects identified as Friday and Toyib are believed to have stolen the female underwear for ritual purposes.

The pants and a small axe were said to have been recovered from the suspected burglars, who bluntly refused to state why they stole the female underwears and who sent them.

One of the suspects, Toyib allegedly identified himself as a welder to the Amotekun Corps and added that Friday was his apprentice.

He denied committing any crime.

However, the Corps Director-General, Amitolu Shittu, said the suspects have been handed over to police in the area for further investigation and possible prosecution.

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Vanguard quoted the traditional ruler of the area, Alajaba of Kajola Ajaba, as calling for a thorough investigation into the matter with a view to bringing the suspects to justice and deterring others from getting involved in such acts.

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