A UK based Nigerian lady who had gone to bury her mother and subsequently killed by alleged bandits has been buried.
Bolanle was said to have hosted guests and loved ones at the Civic Centre in Victoria Island, Lagos some weeks ago to celebrate her mother’s life.
According to Sahara Reporters, the beautiful lady was travelling along Lagos/Ibadan Expressway on Thursday 19th of August, 2021, when alleged bandits shot her. It is believed she was shot twice, taken to hospital but officially died two days later
While its alleged her three children were with her and witnessed the traumatic incident, others have claimed her children were not present, and it is unknown if she had a husband.
Bolanle, who is believe to have been a nurse in the UK, and in her late 40s was buried four days after her death on Monday, August 23rd, 2021.
Friends, old classmates and fans have taken to social media to express their condolences and views.
A friend from her University of Ado-Ekiti (UNAD) Alumni group wrote:
“They say we never die but we just change form and continue our existence in another realm. If this is true, I’m sadly mourning you with my tears. It would have been joy to our world if you weren’t cut down.. Bola Aworetan (CO99, Pol. Sci) came home from the UK to bury her mum last week or so, and same last week, little did she know that she won’t return to the UK again to continue her life.”
“This most adorable, pretty woman, was shot down in her car in front of her children at Guru Maharaji in Ibadan this past Thursday; unwillingly forcing her to escort her mum to the great unknown. Your death is too gripping for me.”
“I am bewildered and I don’t know how to mourn you. I don’t even think that I will ever do and if it’s true that death is not a full stop but a comma, may you continue the remainder of your time in a better realm. May your beautiful soul not wander around. Adios Bola.”
Friends, old classmates and fans have taken to social media to express their condolences for the kind-hearted woman who was often called wifey.
Many observers have claimed, Bolanle’s death is an inside job assassination while the Ekiti State University Alumni (EKSU) Association calls for a state of emergency in the nation’s insecurity.