MISSING NIGERIAN FOUND DEAD ON TOP OF TRAIN IN UNITED STATES
A Nigerian who was declared missing on Saturday in United States, has been found dead on top of a commuter train in a Chicago suburb.
The deceased, Ademola Owolana(pictured) was living in the UK, and had gone to the US with his mother, Bolanle Owolana(pictured right), for a visit, and were scheduled to return to the UK on Thursday.
But 26-year-old Ademola according to reports was last seen last Saturday morning at a club on the Windy City’s far South Side, where it was said he got drunk and asked his relative, Sheriff Akinoso to give him car keys.
Sherrif was said to have refused the deceased’s request on the grounds that he couldn’t legally drive in the U.S.
The refusal sent the 26-year-old jogging off into the night and was not seen until Tuesday when his body was found on top of a commuter train in suburban Chicago after a mysterious death.
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Reports have it that the storage yard, next to tracks that carry passengers to and from the southern Chicago suburbs, is about one mile away from the club that the young Londoner left.
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