KETU RIOTS: Boy, 16, hit by stray bullet cries for help

Doctors are currently battling to save the life of 16-year-old Bolaji Kalejaye, who was hit by a stray bullet during the recent Mile 12 crisis.

It was gathered that Bolaji was on his way home from where he went to write JAMB examination when he was hit by a stray bullet, which led to his intestines coming out.

According to a family member, who spoke to Vanguard, “Bolaji was on his way home after writing Jamb, when the incident happened. “With the little strength left, he rushed to a police station, where he was chased away by the officers on duty.

Can you imagine how insensitive the Nigerian police can be? “He fell along the road. If not for a neighbour who saw him lying helplessly on the road and then informed his parents, only God knows what would have happened.

“Immediately his parents were alerted, they rushed him to Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, LASUTH. “Bolaji, who scored 250 point in the exam, had dreams to study medicine. But  his dream has temporary come to a halt.”



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