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27 Jul 2020
Today, 14 years on, we reflect on the brutal assassination of Funsho Williams, one of the foremost indigenous politicians Lagos has produced. Eight years after his assassination, Justice Adebajo released the six suspects accused of his murder most of whom were security attaches and domestic servants
29 Jan 2019
“Oppressed people kill each other all the time. Angered by the misery of their lives, but cowed by the overt superior might...
8 Nov 2018
condemned the “attempted assassination” of the Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu and rejected what they described as the hasty conclusion by the police that it was a case of burglary.
4 Jun 2016
It could ne surprising to many people that barely 10 years after Funsho Williams, the late popular and gentle Lagos politician, was killed in a very gruesome manner, his wife, Hilda, appears alone.


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