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NBA condemns attack on lawyer, tackles Osun chairman

The Nigerian Bar Affiliation, Osogbo Department, Osun State, has condemned the assault on lawyer Muhydeen Yusuf by individuals suspected to be aides to the Speaker of the Home of Representatives of Osun State, Adewale Egbedun.

NBA Chairman, Mr Yemi Abiona, alleged that the chairman inspired the assault on Yusuf by first verbally attacking him earlier than his aides tackled the lawyer.

Yusuf was allegedly attacked on Friday when he, together with some cops and bailiffs, have been executing a courtroom order at Osogbo Technical Space within the presence of Egbedun.

However the president's press officer, Olamide Tiamiyu, mentioned the president and his aides weren’t concerned within the assault on the lawyer.

Tiamiyu claimed that some folks have been offended on the scene of the execution and needed to assault Yusuf, however have been saved by one of many speaker's safety personnel.

“One of many mufti's officers within the speaker's entourage tried to guard him (Yusuf) from the group and took him straight to their automobile, which he by no means objected to,” Tiamiyu mentioned.

Communicate with Sunday RexGistsYusuf mentioned, “We went to execute an order of the courtroom across the Technical Space, reverse Landero Petrol Station, Osogbo. The folks on the land have been already complying with the order, some have been already leaving the land.

“A couple of minutes later, the speaker arrived along with his convoy. He informed the cops and the bailiff to go away the place. I warned him that his motion was not well-managed and I gestured by pointing my fingers at him. He mentioned that I used to be loopy for pointing my finger at him. Earlier than I knew it, his assistants began beating me. He (the speaker) supervised the assault on me and the bailiff.”

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