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Photo: Lagos Queen Shot By Kidnappers While Trying To Rescue Husband Survives, Narrates Ordeal

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Photo: Lagos Queen Shot By Kidnappers While Trying To Rescue Husband Survives, Narrates Ordeal

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August 8, 2016 – Picture: Lagos Queen Shot By Kidnappers While Trying To Rescue Husband  Survives, Narrates Ordeal

Excerpt from Olori Ganiyat Abosede Oseni interview with DailyPost after doctors released her from the hospital.

You were shot by your husband’s abductors because you fought them. Could you recapture the experience?

The abductors shot me right in front of the palace. I recall that the abductors initially did not recognise Kabiyesi so they were eagerly looking for him. By the time they eventually saw him, he was wearing a pair of boxers. So the abductors dragged him by his boxers but I guided him by coming in between them. That was when they shot into the roof of the living room. The gunshot got us all scared and we temporarily relinquished our hold on him. As they continued to drag him almost naked, I now ran outside the palace and panicked thinking I would see some Good Samaritans that would come to our rescue.

To my surprise, the outside was very calm. Those selling provisions even left their goods and ran away. One of my senior wives who also had triplets had joined me (in chasing the abductors).

Meanwhile we were looking for the gateman but it did not occur to us that he had been shot dead. So I started running upfront and that was when I felt the impact of the gunshot. The bullet pierced into my right tummy and I slumped. In my half consciousness, I opened my eyes and saw myself in a poll of blood. So my senior wife that I talked about then was calling me to get up; that was when I managed to tell her that I’d been shot. When she heard that, she ran inside the palace. That moment, I could not hear anybody again.

That was when I started moaning and calling for help but I could not hear anybody until some commercial motorcyclists saw me and carried me to a private hospital nearby. I was still bleeding profusely when I got there, but shortly after I realise that faeces was coming out from my anus. When the doctor arrived, he told them he could not treat me that I should be taken to Igando General Hospital and from there we went to the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH).



  1. sola olaniyi

    August 8, 2016 at 6:57 AM

    what a brave woman

  2. fifelomo

    August 8, 2016 at 8:24 AM

    Madam, it takes only the grace of God for you to narrate this story. Anyways, thank God for your life.

  3. Big Aunty Koks

    August 8, 2016 at 10:07 AM

    Happy survival! I hope you can identify the culprits and can testify so they are punished as appropriate. Thank God for your life and may you heal IJN

  4. Truce

    August 8, 2016 at 11:12 AM

    God spared ur life for a reason, hope u will appreciate him more from now. And I also hope ur husband whom u risked ur life for will from now henceforth love and care more for u. You were indeed very brave. Wish u a speedy recovery.

  5. Endure

    August 8, 2016 at 2:52 PM

    Indeed we will never stop seing God’s intervention in our lives. Out of his infinite mercy,the God you are serving has come to your rescue. Thank God for reviving your soul. I also want to give credit to LASUTH for acting promptly during when this woman was rushed to them. You all will continue to be rewarded for your earnest effort and commitment toward your profession.

  6. Maryf

    August 9, 2016 at 4:20 AM

    Thank God for your brave life. God continue to protect you and your family

  7. Jilo

    August 9, 2016 at 6:59 PM

    Going through the comments, I have not noticed anyone suggesting how to put an end to this dastard act instead everybody is just giving glory to God. I understand that God is our protector but he can only protect us more when we put some measure in place on our own not by giving him all job done. The question is how do we reach out to the government or engage in peaceful protest to let the government know that we cannot tolerate this no more?.

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