Florence Ajimobi In Trouble As Casual Worker Dies In her Company, Waw Nigeria Owned By Henkel

Published On: August 2, 2020, 5:06 pm
Author: Daniel Bosai
-- Online (m) at 2-08-2020 05:06PM

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This is not the best of times for widow, Mrs Florence Ajimobi who recently lost her husband, the former governor of Oyo State, Abimbola Ajimobi. A young staff, Richard Gbadebo has said to have died in one of the factories owned by some of her Lebanese half brothers. The factory, Waw Nigeria which produces soap and partly owned by Henkel limited who owns quite a lot of production companies in Nigeria. Richard worked at this factory with his mother as they try to raise his tuition money. The incident was described by popular

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Waw is owned by Alli Hajaij(Florence blood brother)and Henkel,The chains of commanders there,Florence Ajimobi,(A Lebanon woman who got married to Late Ajimobi)Hussein and Kamal,they have a branch at Apapa, The head office is Oluyole Ibadan, They are only using the influence of their sisters to get away with a lot of atrocities,was told they have the best IT guys and even the cctv footage can be tampered with,they are all born in bodija by their Lebanese parent,the company name was formerly expand global industries before Henkel bought part of it, They co owned waw detergent .. if anyone says otherwise please let them bring proof, ajumobi Florence is purposely distancing herself,a lot of staffs are in my dm saying a whole lot of distasteful things about the Henkel company,I attached some in the photos posted above. We also learnt that when When Labour Union came to the FActory, they were given cartons of money disguised as WAW detergents,WAW cartons with money inside and not detergent just to silence them also When immigration came to harass them because all the foreigners are in Nigeria with fake jobs on their CERPAC cards, they gave them carton of money to silence them as well, #justiceforrichard #boycottwaw #boycotthenkelproducts we don’t want criminals company in Nigeria,


As things stand, several people have been calling for justice using the hashtag, #Justice4Richard. Here are some messages we have received regarding this case:




This is what Richard's parents have to say about the incident:

Here are some of the family members making their feelings known
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-- nikiniki Online (f) at 3-08-2020 10:36AM
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When something is precious, protect it! I will rather hustle for my child than allow a promising young man to go out all alone to face danger while hustling.....school fees? It's high time nigeria create vocational schools and colleges so that people will go and learn skills that will make them employable. University is not compulsory if you cannot afford it...why did I say this? Because Nigeria does not value lives of Nigerians. People die like mosquitoes everyday!
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-- stevoo76 (m) at 4-08-2020 02:09PM
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Quote from: nikiniki on  3-08-2020 10:36AM
When something is precious, protect it! I will rather hustle for my child than allow a promising young man to go out all alone to face danger while hustling.....school fees? It's high time nigeria create vocational schools and colleges so that people will go and learn skills that will make them employable. University is not compulsory if you cannot afford it...why did I say this? Because Nigeria does not value lives of Nigerians. People die like mosquitoes everyday!
God bless you. indeed you said my mind.
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