We Expelled Kazeem Bamidele, Lagos Robbery Patron In 2013 — NURTW

The National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), on Monday, said that Kazeem Bamidele who confessed to being a patron to 52 robbers and kidnappers, is no longer a member of the union.

The Police in a statement on Bamidele’s arrest, had labelled him the Second Vice Chairman of the Ajegunle/Ajeromi Unit of the union, based on his claim.
The union, in its reaction, said Bamidele was expelled in 2013 due to wayward conducts.
The Chairman of Ajeromi branch D of the union, Areago Raufu, said Bamidele popularly known as Elewure, no longer have any connection to the union and was surprised by his false claim.
Men of the Rapid Response Squard (RRS) arrested Kazeem Bamidele for buying stolen phones which he confessed to.
Raufu said the false claim by Bamidele had caused a lot of stress for everyone, considering the dissatisfaction of the state Chairman of the Union, Alhaji Tajudeen Agbede.
“We are very surprised because the man in question is no longer with us. Already, the issue is causing problem for me at the state council as our state chairman, Alhaji Tajudeen Agbede is not taking it easy with the reference to the suspect as the boss of the Union.”

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