Famous actress, Toyin Abraham has lambasted Governor Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State over the absence of CCTV cameras in BRT buses in the state.

Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham has called out the Lagos state government for failing to fix surveillance cameras in BRT buses following the murder of a 22-year-old lady identified as Bamise Ayanwole.

The Nollywood movie star has joined several Nigerians who are seeking justice for the 22-year-old whose body was reportedly thrown out of a BRT bus weeks after she was declared missing.

Taking to her Instagram page on Tuesday morning, Toyin Abraham stated that the government ought to have provided adequate coverage for those who are boarding BRT buses.

She took to her Instagram page and wrote;

“It’s sad enough that Nigeria is not safe but to think that a place or thing considered as property like BRT is now considered a dangerous place should all get all of us concerned.”

“But I have a few questions for the Lagos State Government, why are the BRT buses not fitted with CCTV cameras?”

“What measure have you put in place since this incident that made you assure Lagosians that the BRT buses are now safe?”

“Are we truly safe or your speech is just government rhetoric, telling us what we want to hear?”

“Lagosians, please be careful, we can’t move about like everything is okay. Things are not okay if we are not safe inside government buses.”

“And to the family of Ayanwole Oluwabamise I sympathize with you. Some of us will reach out to see how you can go through this phase with some measure of ease-no easy way in grieve. May God truly console you.”

“This is such a sad incident!”

Comfort Ayanwola, mother of 22-year-old Oluabamise Ayanwola, allegedly murdered by a Lagos BRT driver and some unknown accomplices, has demanded for justice.

Worried that the case might be truncated, the parents of late Ms Ayanwola are demanding that the driver, Nice Andrew Omininikoron, and other culprits be brought to book.

On Tuesday, the deceased’s mother addressed journalists at her residence in the Ayobo area of Iyana Ipaja in Lagos, demanding justice from both Ekiti and Lagos state.

“I want a truthful judgment. I don’t want justice to be compromised by any authority. I am from Ekiti state. I am pleading that Ekiti state assists the Lagos state government.

Narrating what transpired, the 75-year-old mother of ten children, said the late Ayanwola was her last born child until her gruesome murder.