The remains of Miss Oreoluwa Aina, a 28-year-old National Youth Corps member, who was involved in the Lagos train accident which occurred last Thursday, have been laid to rest.
Miss Aina was among the six victims who were confirmed dead by the state government.
The late corps member, who was serving with the Curriculum Services Department of the Lagos State Ministry of Education in Alausa was buried on at Atan cemetery in Yaba Area of Lagos.
A delegation of the state government led by the Commissioner for Education, Mrs Folasade Adefisayo was present at the burial and the State Coordinator of NYSC, Mrs Yetunde Baderinwa among other family members of the deceased.
Mrs Adefisayo who conveyed the heartfelt condolences of the state government and the people of the state and well wishers to the families, prayed God to grant the departed souls eternal rest and the families fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.
A passenger train crushed a Lagos State Government staff bus on its way from Ikotun en route to Alausa, the state secretariat, at the Shogunle area of the state last Thursday with six deaths recorded.