Oyo Governor Seyi Makinde and Aare Onakankafo of Yorubaland, Iba Gani Adams, on Thursday met behind closed doors at the Oyo Government House, Ibadan.
Details of the meeting, which lasted for about one and half hours were not made public but it was gathered they may not unconnected with insecurity.
Addressing journalists after the meeting, Adams said it was in honor of an earlier request by six southwest Governors to fashion out ways of improving security.
He said: “The outcome of the meeting is not something that I can divulge in the media. But I can assure you that we have a fruitful meeting.”
On arraignment of some members of the Oodua Peoples Congress (OPC), who apprehended the suspected Fulani warlord terrorising the Ibarapa region, Iskilu Wakili, the OPC leader said the move was targeted to demoralise the boys.
“They did that deliberately to send cold shivers down our spines. But we shall not be discouraged.
“We believe that it is one of the sacrifices they have to make for the Yoruba zone because we do not have a nation yet. We will continue to do what we can,” he stressed.