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Oyo APC Urges Investigation Into Alleged Killing Of Girl by Gov Makinde’s Convoy



The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Oyo State has implored the state authorities to make sure the investigation concerning the dying of a lady reportedly killed by the convoy of Governor Seyi Makinde.

That is contained in an announcement signed by its State Assistant Publicity Secretary, Prince Ayobami Adejumo, on Saturday in Ibadan.

Ripples Nigeria gathered that the toddler was reportedly killed by a automotive within the convoy of Governor Seyi Makinde on Thursday in Ogbomoso.

The governor and his supporters have been in Ogbomoso for a political marketing campaign to mobilize help for PDP candidates within the native authorities election slated for Saturday.

The APC decried the incident and referred to as on related legislation enforcement brokers to make sure that anybody culpable was delivered to justice.

“We’re urging all of the related legislation enforcement companies to conduct an in depth investigation into the matter and be certain that all of the culprits are delivered to justice.


“No particular person, regardless of how extremely positioned, has the proper to take the lifetime of any other individual and this explicit case shouldn’t be swept underneath the carpet.

“We pray God to offer the mother and father of the slain lady, and others who’ve been killed in comparable circumstances the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss,” Adejumo stated.

Nevertheless, Makinde had in an announcement issued by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr Taiwo Adisa, refuted information experiences that the governor’s convoy was concerned in an accident which led to the dying of a toddler in Ogbomoso.

The governor stated that there was no iota of fact within the unverified information story, saying the toddler was killed by an unregistered Toyota Matrix automotive which wasn’t a part of the governor’s convoy.

“The car was stated to have misplaced management after its entrance tyre burst whereas on velocity, near the venue of the PDP marketing campaign rally,” Makinde stated.