Yet another young lady found dead on the streets of Ikotun

Reports on mysterious death of young women have pervaded Ikotun area as yet another unidentified female body was discovered yesterday morning by residents of Balogun Street, off Ikotun-Igando road, Lagos.

Meanwhile, it was discovered that in the early hours of Saturday, 25 June 2017 at Adedeji Street in Abaranje area of Ikotun, an unidentified girl was found dead.

Although, the cause of the two incidents is yet to be ascertained, residents strongly believe that the women were killed and dumped secretly under similar circumstances. Residents linked the two incidents together stating that both victims were found few meters to a hotel in the two areas.

The residents however call for security operatives to monitor closely the activities of some hotel operators in the area as repeated cases like should not be taken lightly..



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