Mother of the man allegedly killed by members of Park Management System (PMS) in Iwo-road, Ibadan on Wednesday, Alhaja Salimot Azeez and the entire family have called on the state government to hep them get justice.
Alhaja Salimot pleaded for justice on Friday while speaking with journalists in Ibadan.
She said the family has visual evidences where the leader of PMS in the state, Alhaji Mukaila Lamidi popularly called Auxiliary asked his members to attack traders in the complex.
It was reported that two people including Rahman Azeez were killed on Wednesday when members of the PMS attacked Iwo-road complex.
“They used to defecate and smoke Indian hemp in my complex when I newly bought it. They have been using that place for motor park for years.
“Former Commissioner of Police, Baba Adisa Bolanta intervened and resolved it that we should allow them to use a part of the entrance and I allowed them. Even our DPO at that time, Ilori took photographs of the way the commercial drivers were disturbing us to the Commissioner of Police and he resolved it amicably for us.
“Even with the fact that I gave them space, they were not satisfied. My child that was killed was a graduate. He graduated from Lead City University. My first born they attempted to kill graduated from a university in London. He said he could not do the kind of job people are doing in London and that was why he came back home.
“He has a shop where he is selling phones in the complex. He was never a cultist. He was a phone dealer. I don’t know what I did for Auxiliary that made him killed my son. He knows me and I usually give him something. I do give him whatever he ask from me. This is a great lost.
“A 37-years old boy was killed just like that. Government should help me to get those who killed my son. I want justice. I want to know the person that killed my son when he didn’t fight or drag anything with them,” Mother of the deceased said.
The elder brother to the victim who is also the manager of the said complex, Mr. Hammed Azeez while speaking on the incident said he was the main target of the members of PMS who killed his brother.
“I was the one they were after. If they were able to lay their hands on me that day, I wouldn’t have been here today. I don’t know why the man is still on the street now.
“By now, he should be in remand. That man is a dangerous beast. I don’t know why Oyo State Government should have made an ex- convict a leader of a group tormenting and killing people. What kind of system are we running?” he lamented.