The Oyo State government on Sunday has announced Alhaji Oluwatomiwa Omolewa, former Park Management System (PMS) Secretary, as the new Chairman.
Alhaji Kasali Ajisafe Lawal popularly known as Baba Bola is to serve as the secretary.
The appointment is part of the reorganization of the PMS embarked upon by the state government.
DAILY GIST reported that Makinde,through his Chief of Staff, Hon. Segun Ogunwuyi last Tuesday announced dissolution of the PMS headed by the former NURTW boss Auxiliary.
Oyo Police Command also declared Auxillary wanted in connection with cases of attempted murder, causing grievous harm, arms dealing, murder, armed robbery within Oyo state and kidnapping at Oke-ogun and Ibarapa axis of the State.
But speaking from hideout, Auxiliary said on Saturday that the police cannot declare him wanted because Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State, was his destiny helper.
Auxiliary further stated that he is committed to peace, adding he would abide by whatever decision the governor takes on transport unions.
Reacting to the allegations of violence allegedly perpetrated by his boys in Ibadan, Auxiliary who spoke on Saturday morning from his hideout on a live radio programme in Ibadan, said, he is a peace-lover, who could not have turned the state to a theatre of war over the dissolution of the PMS by the governor.
On the position of the Oyo State Police that declared him wanted, Auxiliary said, such declaration was not meant for him, adding that: “When I’m not a fool, how could I have hidden or stockpiled those weapons at my residence?”
He, however, warned his boys not to forment trouble or engage in any act of violence in Ibadan and other parts of the state, saying they should desist from such plans.
The former PMS boss added that no individual, no matter how highly influential he or she is, is bigger than government.
He spoke glowingly about Governor Makinde and his ally, Otunba Seye Famojuro, declaring that both are his benefactors.
Auxiliary, however, promised to comply and cooperate with the reform and integration of other driver unions into the PMS, stating that if the new reform doesn’t favour him, he would accept the outcome.