Hoodlum hacked NURTW leader at home, shot him at the hospital he’s receiving treatment.

A leader of national Union of transport workers in Lagos State has been murdered by suspected hoodlums in ijeshatedo.

Punch metro reported that the victim Kunle Ajibade was stabbed at his house and trailed to the hospital he’s receiving treatment.

The 28year old man was said to have been involved in a word duel last Saturday with Man known as Alaka.

Punch correspondent reported that a fight ensued between three rival group at the celebration they were having and while Kunle was trying to settle, he got into a word duel with the third group leader, Alaka.

The deceased brother, Kehinde alleged however that Alaka arranged his gang members to attack Kunle at midnight with different weapons.

“I was asleep when my phone rang around 2am. I checked it and realised that it was my wife calling. I picked it, but my mother started speaking and she said I should go to Ijikoyijo Street because some people had used machetes to inflict serious wounds on Kunle”.

“When I got there, I was told that they had taken my brother to a private hospital on Ogunmuyiwa Street. On my way there, I met his friends, who said while at the hospital, Alaka led his boys to attack the medical facility and shot my brother”.

“They shot him in the hand, back and thigh. Even without the gunshots, the probability of him surviving the injuries he suffered during the attack with machetes was low. They cut his hand and head. I have Alaka’s voice recordings confirming that he attacked my brother”.

“After the attack at the hospital, my brother’s friends rushed him to the Adetutu Hospital on Kosoko Street in Ijesha. My mum and I went to meet him there and decided to rush him to LUTH because the injuries were serious. We hired a tricycle, but he died on the way,” he added.

Punch correspondent saw Kunle lifeless body in a tricycle. He was hacked on his head, chest, thigh and hand.

Alaka denied the allegation when the deceased mother put a call through to him.

She said, “My son died in my hands. He kept mentioning Alaka’s name till he died. After his death, I called Alaka and told him that he killed my son. While my son has been buried, Alaka is still around and has not been arrested. I want justice.”

The case has however be transferred from Ijesha police station to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department, Yaba.

Jimoh Buhari, a spokesperson for the Lagos State NURTW Chairman, Musiliu Akinsanya, aka MC Oluomo, said some members of the transport union go outside their scope of operation to engage in street fights.

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