The College of Ibadan/Tai Solarin School of Training (UI/TASCE) 2006 Alumni Affiliation desires justice within the loss of life of its late member, Michael Olusegun Odukomaiya.
Francis Nwapa, the President, and Daniel Salami, the Secretary, made the demand in a press release on Friday.
The affiliation condemned the Could 1 brutal killing of Odukomaiya by suspected herdsmen in Ogun.
The deceased left his house in Ikorodu, Lagos, for an appointment in Ibadan, the Oyo capital, however had his journey and life minimize brief.
Round 6:10p.m., Odukomaiya drove into an ambush in Ishara in Ogun, a spot recognized for assaults by criminals in navy uniform.
The Alumni stated the assailants shot straight on the automotive and the bullet pierced his head inflicting prompt loss of life.
“We condemn the excessive degree of insecurity within the nation which has left your complete residents in worry”, the assertion learn.
The physique put assassination “on the door step of the inept Buhari-led federal authorities and Dapo Abiodun-led state authorities which have each spent billions of Naira on safety”.
The affiliation urged safety businesses to fish out “the suspected Fulani militia” and different felony gangs working in Ogun and produce them to e book.
Odukomaiya is survived by his younger spouse, two kids, and relations.
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