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Land Dispute: Business woman write SOS to IGP over Threat to Life

Feud over family inheritance as taken a dangerous dimension as an Ibadan based businesswoman, Ajanaku Mariam Bose has lost properties worth 34 million naira to arsonist after her business premises and husband’s night club was set ablaze by angry family members.

Mrs. Bose Ajanaku who has written a save my soul letter to the Inspector General of Police over incessant attack and attempt on his life and properties by some people she suspected to be aggrieved extended members of the famous Engr. Abdulazeez Balogun family in Lagos.

While explaining to newsmen in Ibadan, the victim said her life has been subjected to series of attack for the past one year by some extended members of their family that are desperate to forcefully retrieve some properties willed to her by her late famous Lagos businessman father through a diabolical means.

“I don’t feel safe any longer as these people are now after my life”Mrs. Bose Ajanaku noted while narrating her ordeal to newsmen adding that after “my shop got burnt by a mysterious fire where I lost more than 11 million naira goods few months after the popular K’Dreams Night Club of my husband (Ajanaku Temitope Idris) also razed down on 3rd September where properties worth almost 23 million naira destroyed.

“The primary investigation we conducted revealed that these unscrupulous people that are also occultist members are behind the arson, one of them is a coordinator of a popular secrete cult in Ikorodu Lagos, which has necessitated my action to report to Police and cried to the IGP. As I always had been noticing strange people trailing my car around anytime I am driving around with my husband”,She enthused.

It would be recalled that some section of the K’Dreams Hotel and Nite Club, a popular hospitality outfit located around Abegunde area of Orita-Challenge, Oluyole Local government in Ibadan was recently gutted by fire in a mysterious manner, which destroyed multi millions naira goods, it took the intervention of the Fire Service men before the inferno could be quenched.

 

Written by Mr Olanrewaju Agiri

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Adewale Adenrele Muhideen

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