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The Osun state government has suspended the 24hour curfew it imposed on the state due to the recent violence following the #EndSARS protests.
In a press statement released signed by the Secretary to the state government, Prince Wole Oyebamiji via the government’s official Twitter page, the state government said due to the high level of compliance with the order, it was important to end the curfew.
The state government said the suspension will allow members of the public approach the Judicial Panel of Enquiry to make their submissions and to go about their lawful businesses.
The state government enjoined the youths to suspend their protest and engage government in dialogue.
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