Nigerian police begins investigation of the homicide of Lagos business woman

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Nigerian police begins investigation of the homicide of Lagos business woman

Nigerian police begins investigation of the homicide of Lagos business woman
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Police have commenced investigation into the alleged Monday evening’s homicide of a Lagos businesswoman, Abimbola Ayanwale, The Nation learnt on Thursday.

Ayanwale, a clothier, was alleged to have been murdered by somebody who referred to as her on her cell phone after she returned dwelling that day from work.

She was mentioned to have gone out shortly after receiving the decision just for her useless physique to be pushed off a industrial bus close to the Maryland Mall on Ikorodu Street.

Based on a tribute on Fb by her relative Adegoke Adekemi, they had been referred to as round 11pm on Monday that she was useless.

“Aunty mi Ayanwale Abimbola Modinat, you had been nonetheless energetic on WhatsApp until 8pm yesterday (Monday). Just for us to be referred to as round 11pm that you just’re useless! How do this stuff occur?

“One minute, you’re wholesome and bubbly. The subsequent minute, you had been referred to as by somebody, you went and also you had been shot to loss of life! It’s a depraved world!

“My coronary heart is nearly to blow up. I can’t wrap my head round this. Relaxation in peace Aunty mi. We’ll miss you dearly,” Adekemi wrote.

It was gathered that Shut Circuit Tv (CCTV) footage obtained from a store close to the shopping center confirmed when her physique was pushed off a transferring industrial bus.

Her legs had been allegedly tied with a bullet wound seen on her physique.

Her associates and relations, who took to social media to mourn, described her loss of life as a transparent case of homicide, noting that none of her valuables had been stolen nor her physique half lacking.

They dominated out the opportunity of her falling sufferer to one-chance operators, insisting they’d have stolen from her and pushed her off, not her physique as seen from the CCTV footage.

Contacted, Police spokesman Bala Elkana, a Deputy Superintendent (DSP) mentioned there was no signal of bullet wound or stabbing on the lady’s physique.

He mentioned investigation has commenced on the matter to determine the true place.

Elkana mentioned: “We’re investigating. No signal of bullet wounds or stabbing on her physique. She appears to have jumped out of the transferring automobile.”

Requested if it was true her legs had been tied and he or she left the home following a name, Elkana declined to remark additional on the difficulty, stating that the police wouldn’t wish to compromise ongoing investigation.

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