JUST IN: Osun Police Announce Date To Conduct Autopsy On Slain OAU Master’s Student

  • Osun police have announced date to conduct autopsy on slain master’s OAU student.

EKO HOT BLOG reports that the Osun State Police Command has fixed Monday as the date to conduct autopsy on the late master’s student of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Timothy Adegoke

Adegoke was said to have travelled to Osun State to sit examination at the OAU Distance Learning Centre, Moro, when he was declared missing on November 7.

The remains of the deceased were later reportedly evacuated from a forest along Ede/Ife road by the police. Six suspects said to be staff members of the Hilton Hotels and Resort, Ile-Ife, were arrested by the police after investigation revealed that the late Adegoke checked into the facility before he was declared missing.

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Olokode in an exclusive interview with Sunday PUNCH in Osogbo, on Saturday, dismissed the claim that the Inspector General of Police already decided on the transfer of the case.

Olokode said, “The police headquarters is not taking over the matter. In any case, if the headquarters wants to take over the investigation, I don’t have options. I can’t say they should not take it over, but no letter asking us to transfer the matter. We are proceeding with our investigation into the matter and we assure everyone that the mystery will be unravelled.

“We planned to have the autopsy on Friday, but the family of the late student said they would want an expert that would represent them to observe the procedure. We expected them but we didn’t see them. That is why we chose Monday for the procedure. If not for that, it would have been conducted. We will do our best to ensure that justice prevails.”

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