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Justice Must Be Done On Bamise Ayanwole’s Case – Speaker Obasa, Lawmakers

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The Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa, on Tuesday promised that the legislative arm of the State Government must ensure justice in the case of the alleged murder of Bamise Ayanwole.

 

Obasa said this while addressing some protesters who stormed the House to urge the lawmakers to act on the case of the victim.

 

The 22-year-old was reportedly killed inside a Bus Rapid Transit vehicle on her way from the Lekki area of the State recently.

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Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa, with his colleagues addressing protesters and relations of Bamise Ayanwole.

The protesters, who came to the Assembly with the immediate elder sister of the deceased, said it was painful that such an incident happened. They also called for more efforts by the government to ensure the security of lives and property.

 

Obasa, who said he and his colleagues were very concerned about the incident, sympathised with the family and friends of the victim.

 

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While urging Nigerians not to preempt the police which is investigating the case, he said the House would continue to follow up to ensure justice is served appropriately.

 

“The erroneous belief that it would be swept under the carpet is unnecessary. The driver has been arrested and is in custody.

 

“We are watching and must ensure justice is done on the case. The Governor has spoken about it and I just want to appeal that we work together to get justice.

 

“We will do everything to make sure that justice is served. Justice must be served. And everybody in Lagos must be protected,” he told the protesters.

 

Earlier during plenary, the Speaker urged Nigeria, its citizens and leaders to use the opportunity of the International Women’s Day to address whatever is lacking in the push for equity for women.

 

Commending women for their resilience and importance, Obasa, however, expressed sadness that the women have become victims of heinous crimes.

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“As a government, we must look inward to see the areas that are beneficial to the women. Women have become victims of violence and other crimes. What have we done for the emancipation of our women? How much of our women have we lost during child birth?

 

“We must encourage our women to be successful and live better,” he said.

 

He charged all the committees of the House to work for the benefit of women in the State.

 

 

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