Mrs. Abimbola Aoko-Komolafe who was a Senior Chief Magistrate in Lagos died on Monday at the age of 51.
According to The Nation, she celebrated her 51st birthday on March 10.
Details of her death are unclear at the moment, but The Nation learnt Aoko-Komolafe passed away possibly in the night of last Sunday or the early hours of Monday, August 17, 2020.
She was at the office hale and hearty last Thursday, The Nation learnt.
“Yes, it’s a confirmed information,” a top Ministry of Justice source told The Nation on condition of anonymity.
Another top judiciary source also confirmed the news.
“We heard the news on Monday. We understand that someone spoke with her on phone probably Sunday night. We don’t really know. But it’s a big surprise,” the source said.
Mrs Aoko-Komolafe used to sit at Court 2, Ebute-Meta Gardens but was recently posted to Court 2, Tinubu Magistrates Court, Lagos.
Last Thursday, she heard the case of a self-proclaimed Baale and five other persons charged by the police with alleged stealing, attempted murder and breach of peace at Okegun Odofin community in Ibeju Lekki, area of the state.
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