The grandson of ex-minister of state for Health, under ex-president Olusegun Obasanjo Administration, Hajia Aminat Ndalolo has killed his mother, the former minister’s first daughter, Hajia Bilikis Lawal-Ndalolo, OrijoReporter exclusively gathered.
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The ugly incident happened this month in the family residence in Abuja and has been hushed up to protect the suspect from facing prosecution.
OrijoReporter gathered that the deceased, a nurse who was based in Malaysia with her attacker, her son(name unknown as at the time of this publication) were on holiday in Abuja.
Before now, the deceased’s name was catapulted into public consciousness in Kwara State when her mother was Minister of State for Health, and she got employment in Federal Ministry of Health.
Not few members of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, from the state, expressed their disapproval over the employment. They felt they were worthy of such employment opportunity because they worked for the party.
Impeccable sources told OrijoReporter that Hajia Biliki’s son was a drug addict, and had demanded money from her mother, who refused him. Her refusal infuriated him and he was said to have reached for a knife and stabbed his mother to death with it.
The ugly incident that was hushed up devastated the ex-minister, Hajia Ndalolo, to the point that she absent herself from the aborted PDP convention in Port Harcourt three days back.
It was also said that the extended family of the Ndalolos Patigi Local Area of Kwara State are also grieving the loss of Hajia Bilikis, particularly, the circumstances surrounding her brutal death.
The boy, the source informed had been a black sheep in the family. His rascality was said to have made his bereaved grandmother, the ex-minister to seek spiritual help from her country home, Patigi, in Kwara North.
Hajia Ndalolo, who served as a state minister of Health under President Olusegun Obasanjo is a prominent person in Patigi emirate, Patigi local area of Kwara state and has been receiving condolence messages from friends, associates, and well-wishers from within and outside the country.
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