In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 27th, October, 2020

Oh No!! Graduate Shot Useless By Thugs Who Looted Properties Belonging To His Boss As a result of He Might Establish Them

Oh No!! Graduate Shot Dead By Thugs Who Looted Properties Belonging To His Boss Because He Could Identify Them

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The Deceased, Abdul Rasheed Olawale Aderogba

Abdul Rasheed Olawale Aderogba, a employees of Tuns Farms Nigeria, in Osogbo, Osun State, has misplaced his life after he was shot by thugs who looted properties of the corporate on Saturday, October 26.

The hoodlums armed with knives, cutlasses and different harmful weapons stormed the favored farm belonging to a famend enterprise mogul and the Chairman of Osun State Palliatives Committee, Alhaji Tunde Badmos and made away with beneficial objects after capturing the employee.

Managing Director of the corporate, Mr Taofeek Badmus, who confirmed the incident in an announcement on Sunday, October 25, stated the deceased, a graduate of Animal Manufacturing and Well being from the Federal College of Know-how, Akure, was shot useless by the rampaging hoodlums as a result of he might recognise most of them and their instigators.


“I regretfully inform that throughout the chaos my private assistant Mr Abdul-Rasheed Olawale a younger, vibrant, devoted, and clever member of my group died because of a gun shot wound, he was primarily attacked attributable to what we suspect that he might determine many of the looters and their instigators. We pray that the soul of the departed relaxation in peace,”
stated Mr Badmus.

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Badmus additionally stated many staff had been attacked and critically injured by the hoodlums.

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“At about 8am Saturday 24th October, 2020, hoodlums invaded our facility at Tuns Worldwide Holdings Restricted Tuns Farms Nigeria Ltd. at Km9 Ikirun Highway, Osogbo Osun State whereas we had been having our every day enterprise actions as ordinary.

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”Studies have it that they got here looking for palliatives and COVID-19 aid supplies in our warehouses. On their arrival, we made efforts to allow them to know that there was no Covid-19 pallialtive saved at our warehouses however relatively some mosquitoes web had been being saved by the Ministry of Well being Osun which had been been shared throughout the state.

”The scenario took one other dimension once they began to interrupt into our different services which had been our Biscuit manufacturing unit, Bakery and Additional Processing Models, and our Bottled water facility the place they carted away with our uncooked supplies, completed merchandise, devices, machines and beneficial property of the corporate.

”Our members of employees who had been sighted whereas attending to their duties had been attacked, overwhelmed and critically injured.

“I regretfully inform that throughout the chaos my private assistant Mr Abdul-Rasheed Olawale a younger, vibrant, devoted, and clever member of my group died because of a gun shot wound, he was primarily attacked attributable to what we suspect that he might determine many of the looters and their instigators (we pray that the soul of the departed relaxation in peace)

“Whereas we’re but to determine the ultimate worth of our losses and damages on the services as an entire, we had in inventory over N150 million value of completed items & uncooked supplies not making an allowance for damages of our machineries & equipments which had been carted away, damages to constructing and different infrastructures are but to be ascertained.

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 “We additional want to reemphasize that no Authorities palliatives or COVID-19 aid supplies had been saved at our services as all damages, looting and vandalism had been properties of Tuns Worldwide Holdings”.

 

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