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Naturally, Can South African`s do this that Nigerian`s did. Drop your opinion.

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Looters voluntarily returning items to designated places in Ilorin, South African Hoodlums can never return looted items to any looted store or shop as Nigerians did.drop your opinion.

Some unidentified residents of Ilorin have begun to return the looted items from Shoprite, Kwara Agro Mall, and other shops to various locations in Ilorin, Kwara state capital.

Meantime, the state government has reviewed the curfew in Ilorin metropolis to between 8 p.m to 6 a.m. Already, Governor AbdulRazaq held meetings with the victims of the looted items and took stock of their items, with a view to help them back to business.

Vanguard dependably accumulated that the ongoing procession and indictment of the speculated pillagers by the police incited the deliberate returns of the plundered things to assigned places as proposed by the police official, Mr Kayode Egbetokun.

Egbetokun had said that whoever that deliberately return the plundered things in his/her Magajis place, occupants of network heads, by the side of the road among different alternatives would be saved of police capture, and strutted before writers.

Thusly, many plundered things were covertly gotten back to the assigned spots, while the police look over the state capital for the individuals who probably won't comply with the mandate. Security agents in the state have captured 144 suspects regarding the last Friday plundering of government and private property in Ilorin, the state capital.

The state Commissioner of Police, Mr Kayode Egbetokun, who marched the speculated Looters in Ilorin as of late said that the capture of the suspects was because of consolidated endeavors of security organizations working in the state.

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