Okada Riders Boss ‘Hamburger’ Assassinated By Political Thugs In Shogunle Lagos

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May 29, 2017 – Okada Riders Chairman  ‘Hamburger’ Assassinated By Political Thugs In Shogunle  Lagos

Today gunmen killed the chairman of a motorcycle riders’ association in Shogunle area of Lagos simply identified as Hamburger.

The killing were said to be connected to the local council election primaries being conducted across the state.

Our correspondent gathered that the gunmen stormed Olori and other adjourning streets in the area and shot sporadically.

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The incident spread to Bolade area of Oshodi, forcing traders to lock up their businesses.

Angered by the shooting of their leader, motorcyclists in the area went on rampage and attacked those suspected to be political thugs.

It took the intervention of policemen from Shogunle police division and the state anti-riot squad to restore normalcy in the area.

A trader in the area simply identified as Peace said: “I came to my shop at Olori Street and suddenly there was pandemonium. I had to quickly lock up and ran away. Other traders, residents and passersby ran when we heard gunshots.

“The fighting started because of the local government election primaries. We heard that the gunmen shot Hamburger on the head. He was rushed to the hospital and there are reports that he is dead.”

6 thoughts on “Okada Riders Boss ‘Hamburger’ Assassinated By Political Thugs In Shogunle Lagos

  1. Caused by local government election primaries? ….people just refuse to learn from history.
    RIP man!

  2. Abba kyari d super cop, kudos to u for ur efficiency.issakaba and golden shot him broad day light.pls get them arrested and their sponsors.

  3. Rip hamburger may those that this this nasty thing be brought to justice ….
    When wpuld we learn killing each other won’t help our democracy rather we keep going backwards …and remember those who kill by the sword would also die by d sword

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