Death Agent Grieving father blames GEJ for pregnant daughter's murder

The father of the pregnant lady killed by a stray bullet during a battle by OPC members and pipeline vandals in Ogun State has blamed President Jonathan for his daughter's death.

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The death of a 26-year-old pregnant woman, Damilola Fajana, on April 28, in Arepo area of Ogun State through a stray bullet while pipeline vandals were engaging members of the O'odua Peoples Congress (OPC), in a gun battle, has been blamed on President Goodluck Jonathan by the grieving father of the lady, Babafemi Ojo.

The murder of the lady has stirred a lot of condemnation and protest in the area and now, her father has come out to say that Jonathan should be held responsible for his daughter's death.

Ojo said awarding the pipeline protection contract to the OPC by the President just because he wanted to win an election led to his daughter's killing.

The bereaved father also wondered why men who were not trained professionals were allowed to secure government facilities in residential areas.

Hear him:

"The unconstitutional empowerment of ethnic militias has resulted in the deaths of many innocent Nigerians, particularly in Arepo area of Ogun State.

My daughter was killed in a crossfire while driving back home after a hard day’s job. Damilola was a 26 year old pregnant lawyer. She was a graduate of the University of Ado Ekiti.

President Jonathan is linked to her death by the reason of his patronage of people who have no basic training in arms and weaponry, in the business of pipeline protection, a very dangerous security enterprise which is supposed to fall under the purview of trained Nigerian security agencies."

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