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Group Sets Out To Immortalize Victims Of Offa Robbery

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A group, Kwara Must Change, has set out to immortalize victims of Offa robbery incident which took place on 5th April and claimed many lives.

The group disclosed this in a press statement issued on Wednesday, signed by its convener, Mr. Abdulrazaq O. Hamzat and made available to ElombahNews.

Mr. Hamzat stated:

Kwara Must Change is interested and ready to collate the names of all victims of Offa robbery incident which took place on 5th April 2018.

The purpose of this collation is to properly remember the victims, immortalize them and use their encounter as a motivating factor to prevent future occurrences of similar incidence.

We hereby appeal to everyone in offa town, who knows any victim to kindly reach out to Kwara Must Change by email on discus4now@gmail.com.

Kwara Must Change also sympathizes with husband and the entire family of Mrs Oyinlola Ajogbe Shakirat, who was shot dead by armed robbers in Offa, in the tragic incident.

Oyinlola Ajogbe Shakirat (victim) and her husband

She is the first victim we identified.

Oyinlola Ajogbe Shakirat was born on 17th Nov 1991. She got married in 2008 and gave birth on 29th Sept 2009.

Her son, Olayinka Opeyemi Faruk is just about 9 years old now.

Kwara Must Change pray that may the soul of Shakirat rest in perfect peace and may the almighty grant her eternal rest.

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It could be recalled that some daredevil robbers attacked some facilities including a police station and five banks.

The attackers left in their trail several victims numbering up to fifty, according to eyewitnesses, including some policemen and passers-by.

The Kwara State police command has, however, last week announced that it had arrested seven members of the criminal group.


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