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Chief Matron found dead in Lagos Assembly

25 August 2015, 08:41

Lagos – Caroline Oriola, the Chief Matron of the Lagos State House of Assembly, has been found dead in her office which is located at the assembly, Vanguard reports.

According to source, Oriola had gone to her office on Saturday to take some drugs and locked the door behind her but she was only found Monday by one of the cleaners who came to clean the clinic.

The reports also note the security guards knew nothing about incident even though Oriola signed in before taking the keys to the clinic.

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Oriola’s husband, who noted that she did not return home Saturday evening said that he went to check at the Assembly but did not see her car in the parking lot, as she had parked in the lawmakers’ parking lot.

The Chief Press Secretary, Musibau Rasak, to the speaker, Mubashiru Obasa, confirmed the death and passed along his condolences to Oriola’s family and friends.

Read more at Vanguard

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