The Osun state government says some items looted from warehouses and other properties across the state have been returned.
After hoodlums hijacked the #EndSARS protest in the state,
government and private properties were vandalised, with several items carted away.
Gboyega Oyetola, governor of Osun, in a statement on Sunday, had issued a
72-hour ultimatum for the return of the looted items, noting that those who
responded within the grace period would be granted amnesty.
He added that those who failed to return the stolen items would face the
wrath of the law. According to the state government, as of Tuesday, items
returned included motorcycles, freezers, generators,
grinding machines, television sets and sachets of detergent.
See photos of some of the items below.