The union appealed to the media and the general public to stop attributing alleged excesses of the PMS to the NURTW.
The clash started on Wednesday when a group of youths from Inalende were said to have killed two people in Oopo.
The police say it is “little violence” as Ibadan boiled on Thursday with two persons killed.
There was mayhem in Ibadan as phone sellers, and NURTW thugs clashed, with Governor Seyi Makinde sneaking out when angry youths stormed his office.
Arewa community leaders and representatives of the beggars visited the new site on Tuesday morning.
Yoruba socio-cultural group, Majeobaje, has accused South-West governors of politicising Amotekun and maintains that the security outfit across the region is disunited.
“A pair of bloodstained slippers, supposedly belonging to the victim, was placed beside the body.”
While Sunday Asefon was busy mouthing government’s position, students and staffs of Kaduna Polytechnic were being kidnapped.
The police command in Oyo on Thursday embarked on a show of force in major areas of the state over an alleged invasion of armed bandits amid the proposed June 12 protests
The suspected fraudsters were arrested on June 4 at Alaro Sango, Agbaje Ijokoro, and Apete Aladura areas of Ibadan.