Murder of OOU student: Ogun lawmakers call for calm, assure justice

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 Students of the Olabisi Onabanjo University Ago-Iwoye have been urged to remain calm as all their grievances in respect to the alleged murder of their late colleague, Oluwatosin Onadipe, are being addressed.

Chairman, House Committee on Information, Culture and Tourism, and lawmaker representing Ijebu-North 2 State Constituency, Hon. Olusegun kaka, made the appeal during  a peace parley with the Students’ Union representatives on Monday at the Assembly Complex, Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta.

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While expressing his condolences to the family and fellow students, he gave the assurance that the State’s Commissioner of Police, Abiodun Alamutu would see to it that the police officers and other accused perpetrators were held accountable for their actions.

The lawmaker, accompanied by Hon. Damilola Soneye, urged the students to carry on with with their  peaceful dialogue to get justice for their late colleague, assuring that anyone found guilty of the horrible act would undoubtedly be held accountable by the law.

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He pledged to step in and communicate with those concerned in the other issues brought up, such as the recent increase in school tuition, transportation and other sundry issues.

Speaking , the student led by the Vice President of the OOU Students Union Government ( SUG) Comrade Taofeek Quadri bemoaned the alleged murder of their late colleague at the Ago-Iwoye Motor Park with the help of some policemen, and urged the appropriate authorities to see to it that those responsible for the heinous deed are brought to justice.

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In addition, he appealed the state lawmakers to intervene in the recent recent hike in their school fees, requested for increment in the subvention to their institution and provision of more buses to ease their movements.

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