As a Result of Bamise Killing, BRT Suspends Operation

by Fatai Alimi
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Several Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) terminals have be found to be empty without vehicles on Tuesday morning in the aftermath of the kidnapping and killing if Bamise Ayanwole on board the bus.

Information reaching HotnewsinNaija is that all BRT operations have temporarily been stopped as a result of the murder of Bamise.

The report of a 22 years old Bamise Ayanwole gruesomely murdered when she boarded a BRT bus last Friday has been in the media space. She was kidnapped and later murdered by some people carrying weapons on the BRT while the driver was also on board. Although the driver of the bus on which Bamise was murdered has been arrested, the real people behind the dastardly act are yet to been unravelled.

However, the arrested driver, Andrew Nice, has been very useful in the course of the investigation. He is presently assisting the police in the investigation to unravelled those behind the killing.

The decision of the BRT operators to suspend operation is understood to be temporary, as they are likely to resume operation in the coming days.

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