Ogun judge flees official quarters over insecurity | Platform Times

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Abdulqudus Ogundapo

A Judge at the Ota Division of Ogun State Judiciary, Justice Olusola Oloyede has vacated his official residence at the Judges’ Quarters located at Ota due to insecurity, PLATFORMTIMES learnt.

Justice Oloyede was appointed a Judge by the Ibikunle Amosun administration in November 2018.

PLATFORMTIMES gathered that the judge left the official apartment because of series of threats to his life.

PLATFORMTIMES further gathered that, since the judge vacated his official residence, he had been driving from his private residence in Abeokuta to Ota on daily basis to carry out his official duties.

The vacation might also be connected to the fact that, the official residence was not in good condition. 

PLATFORMTIMES reports that,Justice Oloyede was attacked by armed robbers at the Judges’ quarters on November 18, 2019.

The armed robbers inflicted series of injuries on the judge during the robbery attack.

All efforts to speak with the Judge over the issue proved abortive.

Also, PLATFORMTIMES tried to get reaction from the state police command, but the police spokesperson, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi failed to respond to messages and phone calls put across to him as at the time of filing this report.

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