Sad news: One Ejigbo assault victim dies, OPC men suspected

by ‘Jola Sotubo

Barely 2 days  after the Lagos House of Assembly placed a bounty on their attackers, one of the women assaulted in Ejigbo is said to have died.

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The two women were brutalized by men now suspected to be members of popular vigilante group, Oodua Peoples Congress, popularly known as OPC.

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The women were beaten and one of them had ground pepper smeared in her eye as well as shoved in her vagina and the entire incident was recorded.

Channels TV reports:

It has now been confirmed that one of the ladies who was brutally tortured by some men in Ejigbo Lagos in 2013 has died.

The woman who was identified as Julie was said to have been brought from her home town in Topa, Badagry to work as a canteen attendant.

It was also gathered that three women were tortured and not two as seen in the videos. The third woman is the mother of the two ladies shown in the video.

Recounting her ordeal, Mrs Ajoke Agomah said that she was also stripped, tortured and blended pepper poured into her private part.

Confirming the death of daughter, Mr Filma Agomah said Julie died in Badagry while his wife and the other 12-year-old daughter have relocated to Ilorin, the Kwara State capital.

He added that his wife and daughters were tortured by members of the Odua People’s Congress, OPC, who later sacked him from his apartment.

 

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