Gani Adams who was the Aare Ona Kakanfo of yoruba land has raised an alarm that the deadly ISIS terrorists have infiltrated the southwest regions of Nigeria.

The Aare Ona Kakanfo in Council said about 500 trained ISIS Terrorists were sighted on power bikes lurking around in the South West forest on an abandoned Lusada route linking Sokoto to Igbo Ora in Oyo State.

Gani Adams said, Sokoto to Igbo Ora in Oyo State lasts about 3 hours via that route, and the ISIS insurgents have begun mapping that area and living in it’s forest.

He also warned residents living in Ibarapa, Oke Ogun, Saki, And Igbo Ora to be extra cautious.

In an interview with BBC, Gani said the strange looking men sighted in the South West bushes were not Fulani heardsmen, adding that they dressed in Millitary Camos.

Gani Adams once again raised up an allegation that came up earlier in the month by a former Mali intelligence chief, which claims that ISIS funds MURIC, and allegedly offered some money to the Islamic Organisation to recruits some Fulani men living in the South West as ISIS fighters.

Gani Adams called on the Federal Government, the South West Governors as well as Nigeria’s security agencies to rise to the occasion and secure the lives and properties of the citizens.