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Ogun Governor Reacts To Death Of Remo Stars Player

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Governor Dapo Abiodun of Ogun State has reacted to the death of Remo stars player, Tiamiyu Kazeem aka Kaka, as he called for order in the state and promised to further investigations. Ogun Governor Reacts.

The governor urged the players and supporters of Remo stars football club, residents of Sagamu and indeed the people of Ogun state to remain calm, following the tragic passing of a player of the club.

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While expressing shock about the ordeal, the governor assured that a proper, transparent and independent investigation would be immediately launched into the incident to unravel the exact circumstances of the occurrence and bring the persons found guilty to book.

The Governor, who eulogised the late player as a young man with great potentials for the development of the state and the nation in general, strongly stated that his government will never take with levity, the lives, and properties of the good people of Ogun state.

He further stated that the first business of the government was the security and welfare of the citizens of the state. Ogun Governor Reacts.

He added that the case of Kaka would not be an exemption, and he promised that Kaka’s unfortunate case would not be swept under the carpet.

Governor Abiodun, however, called on everyone to maintain peace and calm during the investigations and be confident that anyone found culpable will be brought to book according to the Nigerian law.

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