CHIEF MATRON OF LAGOS STATE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY FOUND DEAD IN OFFICE
The Chief Matron of Lagos State House of Assembly, Mrs. Caroline Oriola, was found dead in her office on Monday morning by a cleaner who was in her office to clean up the clinic.
The chief matron(pictured) had left her home in her car for the office on Saturday, August 22, for personal issue when her death occurred.
Sources told OrijoReporter that the deceased’s husband after waiting in vain for her return and was unable to reach her on phone after his repeated calls were unanswered, drove down to Lagos State House of Assembly at Alausa to ascertain the situation with his wife.
It was further gathered that Mr. Oriola never thought his wife could park at the lawmakers’ park, combed elsewhere including her office where he met the door under lock, and could not find her car in the park.
However, less than 48-hour after she was declared missing, a cleaner who had gone into her office early Monday morning to tidy up the clinic found her dead.
OrijoReporter exclusively gathered that the chief matron of Lagos State House of Assembly, Mrs. Caroline Oriola who graduated from Lagos State University in 2005, would have added a year to her age in two month’s time, October 25, if not for her sudden death.
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