Ogun lawmakers call for calm, assure justice for late OOU student


The Chairman, Ogun House Committee on Information, Culture and Tourism, Olusegun kaka, has appealed to the students of the Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU) Ago-Iwoye to remain calm over alleged murder of their colleague.

Kaka made the appeal on Monday in Abeokuta during a peace parley with the Students’ Union representatives led by the Vice President of the OOU Students Union Government ( SUG) Taofeek Quadri .

The lawmaker explained that all their grievances in respect of the circumstances surrounding the alleged murder of their late colleague, Oluwatosin Onadipe, were being addressed.

He commiserated with the family and colleagues of the deceased student.

He assured that the Commissioner of Police in the state, Abiodun Alamutu had promised to ensure that the police officers alleged to have been involved in the murder alongside other culprits would be prosecuted.

The lawmaker in company of Hon. Damilola Soneye, enjoined the students to continue to engage in peaceful dialogue to get justice for their late colleague.

He assured that anyone found culpable in the heinous crime would surely face the wrath of the law.

He promised to intervene by getting across to stakeholders involved in the other issues raised including the recent hike in school fees, transportation and other sundry issues.

Earlier , Quadri lamented the alleged murder of their late colleague at the Ago-Iwoye Motor Park in connivance with some policemen.

The student leader called on the relevant authorities to ensure the prosecution of those involved in the dastardly act.


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