The National Union of Road Transport Workers, NURTW, leader in Oshodi, Lagos, Musiliu Akinsanya a.k.a. MC Oluomo, is as you read this wanted by the Nigeria Police following last week’s turmoil in Oshodi that claimed many lives.
It would be recounted that the story about the mayhem which broke out in Oshodi following power tussle between MC Oluomo and his rival Germany Oshodi, was exclusively reported by yours truly sometimes last week.
The fracas that has since left many dead and others in critical conditions has attracted the attention of the Nigerian Police who have now arrested all the suspects involved including Germany as he's fondly called.
Oluomo according to our source has since absconded to the UK where he is hiding while he hopes to get the intervention of his godfather; Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu who sources confirmed is disappointed considering that it’s a very sensitive period.
Germany, we also gathered has submitted himself to the Police and presently in detention following the 24hours ultimatum given to him before he’ll be declared wanted.
Meanwhile Oluomo has failed to honour the invitation of the Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Kayode Aderanti, after announcing that he should report himself to the nearest police station within 24hours.
The Police Commissioner has now declared Oluomo wanted since he failed to surrender himself to the police last Friday 27th of February 2015 which was the given deadline.
As at Monday morning, Oluomo had not reported to the police, while cops stormed his house at the weekend but did not find him
Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, Lagos Police Command, Ken Nwosu, has also issued a release to that effect.
Nwosu said since Oluomo had not reported himself to the police, he might be on the run and that the police would sure get him.
“He has not reported. He was given 24 hours to report and he did not report. Technically, he has been declared wanted, but we have not made the pronouncement yet. We still want to perfect the court papers to declare him wanted , we will do that. He has not been seen. If he did not show up, you know what that means,” he said.