Hit-and-run driver kills OOU final year student on Christmas Day in Lagos

Hit-and-run driver kills OOU final year student on Christmas Day in Lagos

Just as everyone was celebrating Christmas, a certain family has been thrown into mourning after their only child was involved in an accident which claimed her life.

The lady identified as Boluwatife Oyeleye, a final year Urban and Regional planning of the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun state, was, on Christmas Day, killed by a hit-and-run driver in Lagos.

According to reports, Boluwatife who is the only child of her parents had gone out for a Christmas outing and was returning home around 6:30pm, when she was hit by a vehicle, while trying to cross the Lekki-Epe expressway at the Ajah-Ilaje axis.

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The driver, however, fled. A bike rider later assisted Boluwatife to the roadside and called on passersby to help rush her to the hospital, but no help came until she gave up the ghost.

Meanwhile, unknown gunmen had reportedly kidnapped two Catholic priests at Nneyi Umeri area of Anambra on Christmas eve.

A source in Umeri told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Christmas Day in Awka that the clergymen were abducted while on their way back from Onitsha on Monday evening.

The source, who craved anonymity, said the kidnapped priests were serving in Umueze Anam in Anambra West Local Government Area of the state.

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