The Executive Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dr Dapo Abiodun, has paid a condolence visit to the family of Tiyamiyu Kazeem.
The late football player who played for Remo Stars died after he was allegedly pushed out of a moving vehicle by a SARS officer.
The unfortunate incident has attracted a lot of criticism, and unsettled Sagamu, which is home to Remo Stars.
Meanwhile, the Governor of Ogun State appears very concerned about the incident that has unsettled the state and indeed the nation.
“I know how you feel and there is nothing anyone can say that can bring the life of Tiamiyu back to you, but I want to assure you that justice will be done,” Governor Abiodun said.
He continued, “It is so unfortunate that such a tragic incident occurred to your family and we will try all our possible best that such will never happen again to anyone in Ogun state. We sympathize with you today because it is not easy to lose a promising child and we want to pray to God that he should give you the fortitude to bear the loss.
“I also want to promise you that all those involved in this barbaric act will face the consequence of the law,” Governor Dapo Abiodun explained while talking to the family of late Tiamiyu,” the governor added.
In the meantime, an investigation into the incident that led to Tiyamiyu’s death is still ongoing.
In our last report, we told you that former vice president of Nigeria Atiku Abubakar has called for the reform of the Nigeria Police, especially the special Anti-Robbery squad.