Nyesome Wike, the minister of the Federal Capital Territory, has appointed a nine-person commission to investigate the death of Greatness Tolulope Olorunfemi, 33, who passed away in Abuja after being attacked in a “one chance” car.
Olorunfemi was a victim of armed robbers known as “one chance” in Abuja, who target unsuspecting passengers while they are riding in a car.
Along the Maitama-Kubwa highway, she was put in a “one chance,” stabbed, and thrown out of a moving vehicle.
The panel to prober her death comprises the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), Medical and Dental Consultants Association of Nigeria (MDDAN), Medical Women Association of Nigeria (MWAN), National Association of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives (NANNM); Association of Resident Doctors (ARD) and others.
The Minister expressed condolences to the family and friends of the deceased, while also expressing his unwavering commitment to assuring that the investigation would be conducted with the utmost transparency, integrity and professionalism.
An official statement by the office of the mandate secretary, Health Service & Environment Secretariat (FCT), Dr Dolapo Fasawe and signed by the Assistant Director, Badiru Salisu Yakassi, said that the investigative panel would be officially inaugurated on Thursday by 10 am at the health and environment secretariat (new office, Abuja Property Development Company, area 11, behind aegis, FCT).
The Secretariat acknowledged the people’s tolerance and understanding while also promising that the panel’s findings will be made public as soon as it was finished.
According to information acquired by The Nation, the victim was rushed to the Maitama District Hospital in Abuja following the event and there her death was verified.
Olorunfemi held these positions at the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM), Abuja Chapter, up until her death. Additionally, she belonged to the network of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI).