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NEWS UPDATE: Yoruba Nation rally: Sanwo-Olu donates apartment, cash to Jumoke Oyeleke’s family

NEWS UPDATE: Yoruba Nation rally: Sanwo-Olu donates apartment, cash to Jumoke Oyeleke’s family

Lagos Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu at the weekend donated a furnished flat to the household of Yoruba Country rally victim, Jumoke Oyeleke.

25-year-old Jumoke, the first of all tike and a store attendant, died after a stray bullet bang her at Ojota on Saturday, July 3.

Sanwo-Olu also presented a cheque of N1 million to the deceased female parent, Ifeoluwa Oyeleke, and 3 other children.

The governor moved them from a shanty at 59A, Bayo Osinowo Street in Ogudu, Ojota, to a two-bedroom flat in Ikorodu.

Represented by his Senior Special Assistant on Administration, Titi Oshodi, Sanwo-Olu explained that the gesture was to alleviate their instant demand.

Noting that it is not possible to reintroduce the dead, he assured that the regime will stand up by the household.

“We believe this will aid them ease into the next stage of life without stress. This was not planned but the regime had to create quick arrangements.

“This is a temporary system for her to remain with her children, pursuing other actions going forward.

“The rent has been paid for 3 years in advance, and the kitchen is stocked with some foodstuff”, Oshodi told reporters.

Mrs. Oyeleke, a domestic aid, thanked Sanwo-Olu and the province regime for remembering her.

The bereaved female parent disclosed that they left their former house because it was sold to a developer.

“We moved to a shanty where we had been staying for in relation to a yr before Jumoke died. It was a church building fellow member who allowed us to remain there.

“I am a domestic paw. I aid people launder clothes and make clean their chemical compound. Jumoke, my first of all tike, was a salesgirl.

”I want the regime to aid me regain a profitable job so I can develop my children properly.

“My children used to attend a private school but I enrolled them in a regime school because I could no longer afford the fees.

“This new house is rented and I would not be able to afford the rent when the 3 years that was paid for expires.

“I wishing to be employed and will engage in buying and selling foodstuff with the N1 million I was given”, she said.

Jumoke’s sis, Ayomide Adeeko, expressed gratitude for the assistance and pleaded that her female parent is assisted with a good job so she can develop the remaining siblings.


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