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We won’t embark on hasty burial — Bamishe’s family

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The family of the murdered 22-year-old girl, Ayanwola Bamishe, whose corpse was recovered a few days after boarding a BRT bus in the Lekki area of Lagos, have said they are not ready for a hasty burial of their daughter.

The elder brother to the deceased, James Joel and her elder sister, Ayanwola Oluwamilola Titilayo who addressed a press conference at CDHR’s office, Adeniyi Jones, Ikeja with other members of the family said hasty burial may jeopardise the ongoing investigations to unravel the cause of their sister’s death.

According to them, Lagos State Government should be held responsible for the death.

The family alleged that the video conversation before Bamishe’s death alleged complicity on the part of the Busman and a sign that BTR buses are no longer secure for the common man.

“My sister died in agony, her private part was removed before her agonising death and was thrown out of the bus on the motion. We suspect foul play and we will not engage in hasty burial.

The Lagos State Government should be held responsible for the death of my sister,” she said.

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The International Staff School of the Lagos State University of Science and Technology wishes to commiserate with the family of Abdurahman Dauda, one of our pupils who was involved in an unfortunate incident that led to his untimely death.

 

We want to state that the school and Nigerian Police commenced investigations immediately after the matter was reported. Subsequently, the case was taken to the court of competent jurisdiction, and appearances started on Monday, 31 October 2022.

The three affected members of staff who were allegedly accused of complicity in the unfortunate situation are currently remanded at the Nigerian Correctional facilities in Lagos.

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This statement is necessary to state the current situation to the public for record purposes.

The situation is regrettable.

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School Management
06 November 2022

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