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Police in Ogun state on May 10 arrested 4 staff of a Microfinance Bank, located at Abule Ijoko Lemode space of Ifo native authorities, over the death of a 50 12 months outdated Vivian Omo, a wife to 1 of their debtors.  A press release from the spokesperson of the command, SP Abimbola Oyeyemi, says hassle began when the bank staffers visted the house of the deceased to ask for the fee of mortgage taken from the bank by the deceased’s husband however they had been informed that the person was not at house. Not happy with the girl’s clarification concerning the whereabout of her husband, the bank staffs determined to pack all of the electronics in the home to their workplace the step that was resisted by the deceased. While the deceased was combating the Bank’s staffs, one of them pushed her and she or he fell down and was unconscious. She was there after which rushed to hospital for medical consideration, however was confirmed lifeless by the physician on obligation.”Oyeyemi stated the report was shortly lodged at Agbado divisional headquarters by the daughter of the deceased. Consequence upon which the DPO Agbado division, CSP Awoniyi Adekunle, shortly led his detectives to the scene the place 4 staffs of the bank specifically: Badmus Olalekan, Ajibade Oludare, Eniola Aduragbemi and Femi Oloko had been arrested.”He stated the corpse has been deposited at Ifo General Hospital morgue for post-mortem.  Meanwhile, the Commissioner of Police, CP Olanrewaju Oladimeji, has ordered the quick switch of the suspects to Homicide part of the state Criminal Investigation Departments for additional investigation.   He additionally warned mortgage businesses to cease taking legal guidelines into their arms in the method of recovering mortgage from their debtors, as anybody caught in such act shall be arrested and prosecuted.  The put up Four microfinance bank staff in police net over death of debtor’s wife appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.

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