“The upper floor has cows, the middle has motorcycles wrapped and dismantled and on the lower floor, we have 168 people lying down, such that if you are not careful, you won’t observe it. So, we questioned where they were going and why they packed themselves and why they were avoiding people and they said they were coming to Ondo State. Upon interrogation none of them have address of where they are going, nobody invited them and we are becoming curious about these invasions. I called it invasion because you see over 100 able-bodied men concealing themselves under animals, it shows they are up to negative motives.”
The commander noted that after investigation and profiling, if the corps didn’t find anything incriminating on them and if nobody was ready to take custody of them in the state, the corps would send them back to their various states.
“We have commenced profiling but we want to warn citizens of the state to be wary of strangers because nobody knows how many of such invaders had managed to enter the state. We saw these ones with charms which we are yet to ascertain what their mission.
“Those who own the motorcycles confessed that none of the bikes had papers and of course, they photocopied some papers but you can see one engine number in 30 motorcycles which clearly shows that they were forged documents. We will find out how they got the motorcycles and also find out their mission in the state. If they don’t have any credible thing to do in the state, we will send them back,” he declared. Punch