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Tears, Eulogies As Killer Convoy Victim Is Buried

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was one of the victims of an accident in Lagos State, allegedly caused by the convoy of the wife of Kwara State Governor, was on Saturday buried amid tears and eulogies.
Victoria, who was one of the two persons crushed to death by a tipper trying to avoid hitting the convoy, which recklessly joined the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway at U-Turn end, was buried in Iree, Osun State.

The interment was preceded by a church service conducted by the Celestial Church of Christ, Ikeja.
Tears flowed freely as many recalled how the deceased used her talents and resources to cater for the less privileged in her community.

The officiating minister, Sup. Evangelist, Richard Anisere, of Celestial Bible Institute, Olambe Ogun State, urged believers to always be conscious that they would give account of their deeds on earth.

Two of the children of the deceased, Dr. Segun Adeoye and Ayo Adeoye, insisted that their mother’s death should be blamed on the recklessness of the convoy of the wife of Kwara State Governor. They added that the family was ready to seek redress in court.

Segun, who said his mother was taken away from the midst of those she was assisting, described the death as painful.
He said she would have been alive if not for the recklessness of the drivers in the convoy.
He said, “She was taken from the midst of those she was helping. Some of them have become our responsibility.

“We intend to explore all legal avenues on this matter. We have reported to the Office of the Public Defender and the National Human Rights Commission. They have not contacted us, but we hope they will contact us.

“Governor Adams Oshiomhole (Edo State)made a mistake by speaking harshly to a widow recently, he realised that he erred and looked for the woman and improved her life.
I expect the Kwara First Lady to do a similar thing.

“If she had been killed by someone’s recklessness, would she have become a First Lady, let alone get a convoy to drive her about?

“Rather than showing remorse, she sat there and started issuing arrogant press statements.”

The deceased’s son said the other person that was killed along with his mother was cut off in his prime.

He urged government officials to learn how to use their positions to positively affect the lives of the people rather than causing them pains.

The Shepherd of CCC, Ikeja 1 Cathedral, Sup. Evang. Kehinde Adedugbe, in a later interview with our correspondent, appealed to government officials, bullion van drivers and others to stop driving recklessly.

He observed that Nigeria had lost many lives and property to reckless driving, saying this should no longer continue.

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