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Woman attacked over family property in Lagos
The violence rocking the Ayandele’s family reached its urgly stage recently when one Mrs Bose Aderibigbe Ayandele was attacked by her uncle, Mrs Bose Aderibigbe Ayandele, in Lagos.
Reports say that Mrs Bose Aderibigbe Ayandele was attacked in her home by hoodlums cultist members (ogboni), sent by her uncle, One Mr Moses Ayandele, requested her to provide his younger brother, Wale Sunday Ayandele. The Ogboni members were said to have arrived at the lady’s residence, inflicting injury on her. After being beaten by the cultists, she narrowly escaped.
Endless squabble over ownership of property is ubiquitous. The struggle over land is rooted in a series of structural, historical and socioeconomic factors. This is also driven by increasing urbanisation, land grabbing, demographic pressure, inadequate property rights among others.
Before now, Moses Ayandele Ayankola, had planned to subject one of the family members to female genital mutilation, the decision which his nephew, Wale Sunday Ayandele, had rejected. The practice is a family tradition.
As at the time of filling this report, Mrs Bose Aderibigbe Ayandele was reportedly hospitalised as a result of injury that was inflicted on her. The case was reported at Alakuko Police Station for further investigation.