There was an emergency on Monday morning at Age-Mowo area of Badagry when thought herders supposedly lynched a 30-year-old business transport guide after their vehicle smashed into their crowds killing two cows all the while.
Vanguard assembled that episode which occurred at around 6:30a.m between in Age-Mowo and Agogo-Igbala in Badagry, caused serious mayhem leaving suburbanites abandoned.
It was discovered that the driver of a J Five business transport with enlistment number FKJ 756 XH was accompanying velocity from Mile 2 while the two cows unexpectedly crossed the freeway.
A transport driver Olaunji who addressed Vanguard at the scene said the transport driver was coming from mile 2 when out of nowhere two cows smashed into the vehicle which was moving. When the mishap occurred, their headers at Agbo-Malu started to pursue the transport.
Luckily, the driver figured out how to escape safe while the transport guide who was still on the transport attempted to get away yet he was unable to run much when he was gotten by the headers.
They took off his garments and beat him till he became oblivious. At the point when he became oblivious they left him oblivious reasoning he was dead. The headers jumped on him again when he rose, pushing toward Mowo Police station to look for asylum for the apprehension about being killed.”
It was discovered that when the headers saw that the guide was going to the station, they pursued him, and found him at around five meters to Mowo Police station where they in the long run lynched him.
In any case, occasions went in a new direction when young fellows and ladies accumulated to vindicate the passing of the guide. The young people who were looking for equity wouldn’t permit police to take the remaining parts of the guide to the morgue until the appearance of Col. M An ABBA, the Commanding Officer of 243 Recce-Batal Barracks.
The chief spoke to the adolescents and individuals from the networks and guaranteed them equity would be finished over the killing.