How Fatai Yusuf ‘Oko Oloyun’ was shot dead

Fatai Yusuf Oko Oloyun: Killed at Igboora

Oyo state Police Command Public Relations Officer (PPRO) Mr Gbenga Fadeyi has confirmed the murder of popular Lagos-based trado-medical expert, Mr Fatai Yusuf, otherwise known as Oko Oloyun

He said in a newspaper interview that Yusuf was killed around 4:30 pm on the road while travelling to Iseyin, Oyo State. He was reportedly attacked by some hoodlums at Igboora. His corpse has been deposited at the mortuary of Igbo-Ora General Hospital.

Fadeyi, a Superintendent of Police (SP), said the Commissioner of Police Mr Shina Olukolu has visited the site of the incident along with some deputy commissioners.

The PPRO said Olukolu has directed a manhunt for the hoodlums.

Before his gruesome murder, Yusuf was the President of Physiotherapists Association of Nigeria.

His businesses were Oko-Oloyun Worldwide and De-Fayus International.

He also got involved in some money ventures, promising high returns, as high as 10 per cent to people investing on distributors of his products. People who invest N10m are promised N1m return in two months; N500,000 investment, will yield N50,000 return also in two months.

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  • All these killings, Malami the so called minister for justice will not say anything, but if you think of how you can defend yourself against all these insecurity , he will jump up and say Amatekun is illegal. If that is the case, there should be referendum. Nigerians are already divided. The Yoruba should be prepared for our Republic. No matter how we delay the break up of the country, it will surely come to pass. Haisas/ fulanis are ruling the country in a way to break the country. The country will surely break.

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    Fatai Yusuf's death was preventable. This is why we need Amotekun.

    First, Late Fatai Yusuf was the President of Physiotherapists Association of Nigeria. Did that include the Ibos and Hausas and itshekiris and other minor ethnic group in Nigeria?

    Two, why didn't Fatai Yusuf foresee this calamity using his prowess as a traditional medicine practitioner? I mean he was a medicine practitioner?

    Three, what is "trado-medical-expert"?

    Four, This is why we need Amotekun!! Life is very cheap in Nigeria. Do we manufacture life in Nigeria? Is life like Biggy Drink?

    May his soul rest in peace.

    Very truly
    Owolabi Alaba

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