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Lagos Senior Chief Magistrate Dies

Mrs. Abimbola Aoko-Komolafe  who was a Senior Chief Magistrate in Lagos died on Monday  at the age of 51.

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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.

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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.

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“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.

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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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