Yoruba Nation: Debo Macaroni donates N500,000 to late Jumoke Oyeleke’s family
Popular Nigerian Instagram comedian and activist, Debo Macaroni recently visited the family of late Jumoke Oyeleke who was a victim of stray bullet during the Yoruba Nation Rally on July 3.
Late Jumoke, a yoghurt seller was killed by bullets reportedly fired by a security operative dispersing Yoruba Nation agitators at Ojota, Lagos State.
It was gathered that bullets had severed the stomach of the girl, said to be 14 years old.
Mr. Macaroni who updated his fans on the situation of the family also sought for kind donations for the grieving family of the deceased.
Debo Macaroni wrote, “I visited the family house
of Late Jumoke Oyeleke, the young lady who was killed by a stray Bullet at the Yoruba Nation Rally.
The family are grievously mourning the death of Jumoke who was the bread winner of the house.
She worked as a sales attendant in a beverage store and used the little she earned to take care of her mother and 3 siblings. “
“I visited their family house with Dabira and donated N500,000 to support the family hoping that fellow Nigerians would also kindly support them as they go through this unbearable loss. Before my visit, Dabira visited the place in which Jumoke and her family stayed and it is indeed not a pleasant place to live in. I plead that we do not let the family go back to living in that condition. Also, The Government or Police are yet to take any responsibility and the family have been left to saddle all the financial burdens from mortuary bills, to autopsy, to bills for case treatment and the well-being of the entire family who have been abandoned.
Please no amount is too small. Kindly donate and support the family with whatever amount you can,” he pleaded.