Bolanle Raheem Biography
The tragic news that a female lawyer by the name of Bolanle Raheem had passed away was shared on social media in the early morning hours of Monday, January 1, 2019, just one day after Christmas.
On Christmas Day, Raheem was killed when a police officer in the Ajah neighborhood of Lagos State opened fire on the vehicle she was traveling in. The incident occurred during a tragic turn of events that took place in Lagos State.
ASP Drambi Vandi was the name of the law enforcement official. A police officer tried to pull over Raheem, her sister, and four of Raheem’s children as they were driving away from a restaurant at approximately 11 o’clock in the morning.
When the officer opened fire on Raheem’s vehicle, it was attempting to make a U-turn below the Ajah Bridge at the time of the incident. It was reported that the woman had been hit by the gunshot, and she was subsequently taken to a hospital, where it was later established that her passing was unavoidable.
Bolanle Raheem Age
The date of Bolanle Raheem’s birth, the 29th of May, is known; however, the year of her birth is unknown as of the time this article was written.
Bolanle Raheem Husband
Bolanle Raheem has children with her former husband, Gbenga Raheem, with whom she was married.
Bolanle Raheem Education
Bolanle Raheem completed her secondary schooling at Holy Child College in Ikoyi. She then went on to attend Olabisi Onabanjo University and study at the Nigerian Law School in Enugu State.
During her time as an attorney for real estate, she was an active member of the Nigeria Bar Association and represented the Lagos chapter.
Bolanle Raheem was a prosperous real estate agent, consultant, business coach, and developer. He also worked in the industry. In addition, he was given a prize for his work.
Bolanle Raheem has held the position of Chief Executive Officer of Croston Homes and is a co-founder of City Building, a company that is involved in the real estate and property development industries.
Bolanle Raheem Cause of Death
Reports indicate that the deceased woman and her family had just returned from attending a Christmas service in Ajah, which is located in the state of Lagos, when she was shot by a police officer who was attached to the Ajiwe police station. Her family was with her when she was killed.
A lot of individuals have expressed their displeasure with the event, and the police command in Lagos, Nigeria, has disclosed that an assistant superintendent of police (ASP) and two other officers are being detained in connection with the incident.