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SHOCKING: Oyo Federal Lawmaker Shot Dead In Ibadan

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– News getting to NaijPost confirmed that Ibadan has been under attack by suspected thugs resulting to the death of a Lawmaker representing Lagelu/Akinyele federal constituency of Oyo state.

Olatoye who passed away after been rushed to the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan, better known as “Sugar” in the political circle, was shot by suspected thugs in Elesu village, Lalupon, Lagelu local government area of the state.

A verifiable source told Naijpost on Saturday that they have been excess killing and continuous shooting in some areas of Ibadan. However, a source also confirmed that in some parts of the states has been peaceful with right conducts towards electoral process.

However, it was gathered by Punch Newspaper that Toyin Akinrinlola, spokesman of the hospital, confirmed that Olatoye passed on while undergoing an operation.

The news of his attack spread within minutes, with some insinuating that he was dead immediately, because of the magnitude of the gunshot wounds.

He was hurriedly wrapped from the attack spot by supporters and taken to the Accident and Emergency ward of the University College Hospital. The doctors on duty moments after moved him to the Intensive Care Unit of the hospital.

The UCH public relations officer, Mr. Toye Akinrinlola was quoted by The Punch that the lawmaker was moved to the intensive care, where doctors were battling to save his life.

He eventually gave up the ghost around 7:45 pm.

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  1. Victor

    March 10, 2019 at 4:50 am

    So sad.
    But must Nigeria elections always be a war zone. Just imagine, 7 death case recorded across 29 states.
    This is bad, and unacceptable to the election process in Nigeria. I urge INEC to improve in the electoral process.

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