The graduate is shot by thugs who ransacked his boss’s property because he could identify them.

Posted by on Oct 27, 2020, Under: News

The graduate is shot by thugs who ransacked his boss’ property because he could identify them.

Abdul Rashid Olawale Aderogba, an employee of Tuns Farms Nigeria in Osogbo, Osun State, was killed after being hit by thugs on Saturday, October 26, who ransacked company property.

Bandits armed with knives, sabers and other dangerous weapons stormed a popular farm owned by the famous business tycoon and chairman of the Osun State Palliative Committee, Alhaji Tunde Badmos, and then smashed the valuables to pieces. by shooting the worker.

The company’s CEO, Mr Taofik Badmus, who confirmed the incident in a statement on Sunday, October 25, said the deceased, a graduate of the animal husbandry and health department of the Federal University of Technology in Akura, was shot by angry criminals because he could recognize most of them. and their instigators.

“I regret to report that during the chaos, my personal assistant, Mr. Abdul-Rashid Olawale, a young, lively, determined and intelligent member of my team, died of a gunshot wound, he was attacked mainly because we suspect that he could identify most of the robbers and their instigators. We pray that the souls of the dead can rest in peace, ”Badmus said.

Badmus also said that many of the employees were attacked and seriously injured by the thugs.

See full statement below;

“At around 8:00 am on Saturday, October 24, 2020, criminals entered our facility at Tuns International Holdings Limited Tuns Farms Nigeria Ltd. on Km9 Ikirun Road, Osogbo Osun State when we were going about our daily business as usual.

“The reports say they have come to look for COVID-19 palliatives and rescue materials in our warehouses. Upon their arrival, we tried to inform them that not the COVID-19 palliatives were stored in our warehouses, but some. The mosquito nets were supplied by the Osuna Ministry of Health and were shared across the state.

“The situation took on a different dimension when they began to infiltrate our other businesses, which were our biscuit workshop, bakery and further processing workshops, and our bottled water factory where they took our raw materials. , finished products, gadgets, machine tools and valuable company assets.

“Our employees, who were seen performing their official duties, were attacked, beaten and seriously injured.

“I regret to report that during the chaos, my personal assistant, Mr. Abdul-Rashid Olawale, a young, lively, determined and intelligent member of my team, died of a gunshot wound, he was attacked mainly because of what we suspect. he could identify most of the robbers and their instigators (we pray that the souls of the dead will rest in peace)

“While we have yet to establish the final cost of our losses and damage to the facilities as a whole, we had over 150 million N of finished products and raw materials in stock, excluding damage to our machinery and equipment. buildings and other infrastructure remains to be seen.

“We also want to re-emphasize that no government palliative or COVID-19 relief materials were stored at our facilities, as all damage, robbery and vandalism belonged to Tuns International Holdings.”


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