The Oyo State Police Command said it has arrested no fewer than four people over violence and breach of peace in Ibadan, the Oyo state capital over the weekend.
The suspects who are members of the proscribed National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) in the state were said to have instigated the violence in a bid to take over some motor parks in the city.
Our correspondent gathered that there was panic and pandemonium at the Iwo Road interchange area of Ibadan as some members of the proscribed transport union in the state on Friday attempted to invade the parks and forcefully take over the control and leadership.
The early morning confusion saw many people scampering to safety with many shops and business owners abandoning their wares for safety.
It was however learnt that the quick intervention of security operatives was able to bring calm to the situation, unfortunately, motorists and road users from and to the Iwo Road axis had spent about two hours in traffic standstill while the confusion lasted.
Commissioner of Police in the state, Mr Shina Olukolu, said his men swung into action immediately to forestall breakdown of law and order
The CP, who urged the transport union members in the state to be law-abiding, said that the command would not tolerate any acts of violence and criminality that could upset public peace.