Isaiah, the brother of a 500 level law student of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko has taken to social media to cry out for help after one of the trucks of Aliko Dangote killed his brother and a few others.
As reported from SaharaReporters, Isaiah said Samuel Adesomoju’s demise shouldn’t be in vain but rather noted that efforts would have been made to bring the perpetrator to book if it were the son an well known Nigerian.
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According to Isaiah, Samuel was a promising young man who had a bright future but his life was ended in his prime. He appealed to his fellow Nigerians to help him get justice for his brother as the family is going through a lot of pains over his demise.
“It is a really sad thing for us. I am his brother and I know how I feel right now. I spoke with him that morning and all of a sudden, he is no more. It’s almost unbelievable but he’s gone, when he was buried, I was there.
“Nothing has been done to pursue the course of justice for my brother, no one has reached out to us, even the school management is just acting like what happened was normal. My brother was hale and hearty when he went to school. He was just in a cyber cafe checking on his project, he was in his final year in the school and all of a sudden, a truck crushed everything. It is so painful.
“No one reached out to us, Dangote company, nothing and for the school, I’ll say they came, when he was to be buried. He was a unionist so they came for the burial. With some of our relatives, they brought him down here but they have not come to our house, even till now. Nobody put a call across to us. No one from Dangote.
“If there is any means you can help us, please do. My brother should not die like that. He was not only my brother but also a friend. He had a bright future. I know if my dad was a governor or minister, there would have been steps taken to get justice.
“He was a promising young man, he had a bright future. He never lost in any election right from his secondary school days, he’d been a winner and he was a very brilliant guy.
“A lot is going on right now. He was the first born. I am his only brother. I knew him more than anybody, I even knew him more than my parents; he was my brother.”
When contacted, the spokesman for Adekunle Ajasin University, Victor Akinpelumi, told SaharaReporters that he had been instructed not to comment on the matter.
He said: “I have been directed not to talk to the press on the issue of the accident. I’m sure at the appropriate time, the school authority will come up with its position on the next line of action.”
Meanwhile, Anthony Chiejina, the Chief Corporate Communications Officer, Dangote Industries Limited is yet to speak on this issue as efforts to reach him have proved futile.
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