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The family of late Chief Fatai Abiodun Olumegbon have been told not to bring his remains back to Ajah, Lagos.

This comes after days of figting and killing over demands by his loyalist for a royal buried.

Information reaching www.theoctopusnews.com, has it that following his death in Dubai his family had planned to bring his remains back to Nigeria for burial in his house. However, their plans met a brick wall, as natives of thet community and traditionalists kickedk against it.

“Chief Olumegbon was a thorn in the neck of the people of Ajah while he was alive, as such the community will not allow his remains to be buried in the town, as it would be a bad omen,” a source told this platform.

Recall that information about Chief Olumegbon’s death came to force on Sunday, March 24. The Lagos white cap chief allegedly died of complications from several ailments.

Prior to his death, he was said to have suffered from stroke and was almost totally paralysed.

A lord of sort in Ajah, he was notorious for his dialance with thugs with whom he terrorised communities around Ajah and neighbouring towns.

 

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