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My Daughter Was Killed For Ritual – Former Deputy Gov. Of Ondo State Oluboyo, Cries Out

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My Daughter Was Killed For Ritual – Former Deputy Gov. Of Ondo State Oluboyo, Cries Out

My Daughter Was Killed For Ritual – Former Deputy Gov. Of Ondo State Oluboyo, Cries Out

Former Deputy Governor of Ondo State, Alhaji Lasisi Oluboyo, yesterday said the killer of his daughter, Khadijat Adenike, faked her kidnap before her decomposing body was found in a shallow grave in the room of the suspect, Adeyemi Alao, at Oke- Aro area of Akure. Khadijat’s body was found in the house of Alao, her boyfriend on Sunday after the 400 Level student of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (AAUA) had been declared missing by her parents and friends.

The bereaved parents, Fatimat and Lasisi Oluboyo, were in a state of shock when Newtelegraphonline visited their home at Alagbaka Extension in Akure, the state capital. The house was beseeched by political associates, family and friends who came to commiserate with them over the death of their second daughter.

Speaking with Newtelegraphonline the former deputy governor said his daughter was killed for ritual purposes by her boyfriend. According to Oluboyo, the suspected killer wanted to give an impression that Khadijat was kidnapped.

He also said that Alao hypnotised his daughter because of the situation surrounding her leaving school on June 28. According to him, the crime was well planned by the suspected ritual killer and was almost succeeding in the devilish act if not for the prayers organised by Islamic clerics. He said: “We got to know that Khadijat was missing on Monday July 2nd. Somebody called us that she was missing, we started looking for her. We got in touch with her friends in the school.

The closest friend told us that they finished the lecture on Thursday. They took the same motorcycle to their houses. On Friday, they had no lecture, when the friend got to the lecture room on Monday and did not see her, she started calling her phone numbers.“I sent the money for her feeding on Friday, the usual thing is that when she got bank alert, she would call me back to thank me. But this day, I did not get a response from her. I told her mother and she started calling her.

The phones were switched off. “But on Monday, we started calling her number and but did not get through. Later the phone rang, someone picked it and we were hearing an underground sound. The phones were switched off again. Later we got a text that the mouthpiece of the phone is not good and that she would call when she changed the sim card to another phone. With that, we thought that everything was settled. We were waiting anxiously for the call.

“Sincerely, it was last Monday that we noticed she was not around. Her friend now called and said she had been calling her numbers. The same person sent a message to that her friend that she was on her way coming. It was then I got to know that she came to Akure to meet that boy. From what the (Alao’s) father told us, there is no doubt that they were once boyfriend and girlfriend.
They met each other at the College of Education, Ondo.

“When we started looking for the girl, the father called me, he said he is the father of Adeyemi, he said my daughter came to their house on Thursday and left on Friday morning. He said she used to come in the past but stopped suddenly that she is the type he would want his son to marry. I said we were not talking of marriage and that we were looking for her.

The man called and started praying. When we called, the boy said she came on Thursday and left on Friday.” In order to divert the attention of the parents and friends, Oluboyo said Alao created an impression that the lady was kidnapped on her way from his house.

He added: “My daughter has four numbers. She had two handsets, one with two sim cards, and one with one sim. The old number she was using was kept in her bag. What happened was that when we tracked the first number, it went off immediately after roadblock at Owo.

The second number went off after Oba-Akoko. That gave us the impression that she was travelling and that she was going back to school. “We got it on good authority that she came to Akure.

That gave us the impression that she was going back. When they sent a message that we should wait for the negotiation team, we discovered it was one of the numbers in her bag that they used to send the message to us. It was a perfect.

He added: “My daughter has four numbers. She had two handsets, one with two sim cards, and one with one sim. The old number she was using was kept in her bag. What happened was that when we tracked the first number, it went off immediately after roadblock at Owo.

The second number went off after Oba-Akoko. That gave us the impression that she was travelling and that she was going back to school. “We got it on good authority that she came to Akure.

That gave us the impression that she was going back. When they sent a message that we should wait for the negotiation team, we discovered it was one of the numbers in her bag that they used to send the message to us. It was a perfect arrangement to buy time.” Oluboyo said the way the deceased was discovered in the boy’s room showed the killing was for ritual purposes. He said:

“The boy killed her for ritual purposes. It is not that the girl was not well-fed. The lady did not go there on her own volition.

The boy dug a grave in his room, buried her and put his foam on the grave and was sleeping on the grave. She was not found under the bed, the boy has no bed.” On how the decomposing body was found, the former deputy governor said “we organised prayers.

When we finished with the prayers, he got the hint and said he cannot continue. He rushed out and confessed to his immediate sister. He said this is what I did; I cannot cope, go and help me bring a sack.

The sister rushed to the father and narrated the story.” However, Oluboyo said he had left everything to God to judge. He said: “God’s judgement is more than the entire humans’ verdict. The danger is that if you allow him to go scot-free, he would do it again.”

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