Bearly after the armament of Omololu Bishi
Another AIG Dies. The Assistant Inspector-General of Police, AIG in charge of zone 8 ( Lokoja), Mr Yunana Babas is dead. He was reported to have been rushed to a private hospital this morning but gave up the ghost.
A course mate of the IGP, Babas would have been due for retirement in 17 days time.
The late Assistant Inspector-General of Police, in charge Police Armament, Force Headquarters Abuja, AIG Omololu Bishi’s body was today, Tuesday 12th January, 2021, laid to rest at Ebony Vaults, Ikoyi, Lagos amidst tears and police funfair as the AIG Zone 2, AIG Ahmed Iliyasu led senior officers in Lagos to represent the Inspector-General of Police and organised a befitting burial parade in honour of the late senior officer..
The late officer, who hailed from Lagos Island, Lagos State, was enlisted into the Nigeria Police Force in 1988 as cadet Assistant Superintendent of Police. He was survived by his wife and kids.
The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Mohammed Abubakar Adamu, NPM, mni, as a practice, had directed a beffiting burial for the late officer who was briefly sick and died on admission at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja, on Monday 11th January, 2021.
The AIG Zone 2, AIG Ahmed Iliyasu, was accompanied to the burial arena by the Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, AIG Police Cooperative, AIG Aminu Saleh Pai, CP Hakeem Odumosu, Area Commanders and Commanding Officers, Police Mobile Force in Lagos and senior officers from police formations within Lagos State. The brief burial rite was witnessed by his immediate family members, representatives of the Oba of Lagos, his course mates in Police Academy, friends and well wishers.
The AIG zone 2, AIG Ahmed Iliyasu, expressed shock on the sudden death of AIG Omololu Bishi, who was recently promoted to the rank of AIG. He, on behalf of the Inspector-General of Police, described the late AIG as humble, responsible and dedicated to duty. He also sympathised with the family, Oba of Lagos and chiefs and friends on his demise. He prayed that God will grant them the fortitude to bear the loss.
Coach Steve Onishola, the Technical Director of Kwara Falcons Basketball Club of Ilorin, is dead.
The Chairman of the Kwara State Basketball Association, Dr. Joseph Adeyemo, confirmed the death to the News Agency of Nigeria in Ilorin on Thursday.
It was gathered that Onishola died barely 24 hours after his younger sister, Folake Aremu, a Nollywood actress, popularly called Orisabunmi, died at 60.
The late basketball coach was said to have passed on at 71 on Thursday in Illorin, following a brief