Lagos – A chieftain of National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), Musiliu Akinsanya a.k.a MC Oluomo, was on Tuesday night released from a Lagos healing center, where he was getting treatment.
Oluomo was assaulted at an All Progressives Congress (APC) rally in Ikeja on Jan. 8, and was promptly taken to Eko Hospital, following wounds he supported. A reporter of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), who visited the Eko Hospital in Ikeja on Wednesday, assembled that MC Oluomo left the healing facility on Tuesday night after installment of over N2 million doctor’s visit expense.
An entirely solid source, who favored obscurity, disclosed to NAN that the NURTW pioneer may have left for the United States quickly he was released from healing center on Tuesday night. “He is fine and has nothing to stress over his wellbeing after his treatment at the healing facility. Before he at long last left on Tuesday night, he was accepting a ton of well-wishers. “Some of the time, he moves around and some of the time strolls his guests to the hallway, so he was in a sound wellbeing before leaving the healing center. “Scarcely any prior days he left the healing facility, his partners were making courses of action for his excursion,” the source said. NAN additionally seen that there was no more police nearness around the healing center, as the three police vehicles positioned there had been expelled. The Lagos State Police Command had said it captured a few suspects and furthermore proclaimed needed another NURTW chieftain over the disturbance of the APC rally in Lagos. The Command’s representative, CSP Chike Oti, had said that those captured regarding the occurrence were helping the police in their examination.