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Ondo grandma who burnt son, daughter-In-Law, grandchildren is dead

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Ondo grandma who burnt son, daughter-In-Law, grandchildren is dead

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The 75-year-old grandmother, Mrs Iforiti Oloro, who set her own son, daughter-in-law, and two grandchildren, ablaze in Aponmu community, on the outskirts of Akure, Ondo State capital, is dead.

According to Daily Trust, Mrs Oloro died at the hospital where she was rushed for treatment after her health condition got deteriorated.

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According to online sources, the grandmother, who resides with her son in the same house, set the house ablaze while the family members were asleep, at about 2 am.

Ondo grandma who burnt son, daughter-In-Law, grandchildren is dead

The suspect reportedly got some dry palm fronds and the little petrol her son kept in a gallon (for generator), spread it around the house, and then put fire to it.”

It was gathered that the Septuagerian also sustained degrees of burns while carrying out the tragic incident.

Daily Trust reported that a resident, who spoke under the condition of anonymity, confirmed the death of Mrs Oloro on Tuesday night.

“We have just been told now that the woman has given up the ghost at the hospital. The news is everywhere in the community,” she said.

The State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Mrs Funmilayo Odunlami, could not be reached to confirm the development as her official lines were not connecting as at the time of filing this report.

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