Those paraded include 47 men and two women.
Majority of the suspects, according to Commissioner of Police (CP) Hakeem Odumosu, were intercepted and found with guns, axes, Oodua flags, Yoruba Armed Forces vests and other items. Others were arrested at the protest ground in Ojota.
CP Hakeem said further;
“Items recovered from them include an Opel car marked FFF921RY, an unregistered Toyota 4Runner SUV, one Honda Accord with registration number SMK248FC, a Nissan Pathfinder SUV with registration number ABJ348DB, two Suzuki minibuses with registration numbers AKD458YD and LSR980YC, one beaded crown and beaded walking stick.
“Also, a white box containing assorted charms, some Oodua nation’s flags and banners, clothes and caps with Oodua Nation inscriptions, some voodoo charm jackets, one traditional calabash covered with beads, a black bag containing weeds suspected to be Indian hemp, some mobile phones, clothes, two axes, one pump action rifle, two locally made pistols, four live cartridges and an expended cartridge, and many others.”