Normalcy Returns to Osogbo
Normalcy has returned to osogbo, Osun state capital after yesterday looting spree in the state.
Radio Nigeria correspondent Wasiu Ajadosu reports that men of Nigeria army were positions in strategic places in Osogbo to maintain law and order.
The team are also embarking on routine patrol in the state capital to prevent hoodlums from attacking public and private property as well as looting of goods and materials.
A visit to popular olaiya junction and oke fia in Osogbo revealed that residents complied with the curfew order as there was no vehicular movement in the area.
It would be recalled that Osun state government yesterday re imposed 24 hour curfew in the state following looting spree and civil unrest in the state.