Parents urge police to fish out killers of daughter
BY GBENGA ARIYIBI
ADO EKITI – Parents of 25-year-old nurse and mother of two, Mrs Moyinoluwa Osire, who was murdered by unknown persons in Ado Ekiti, EkitiState capital last Sunday have called on the security operatives to fish out the killers of their daughter.
Moyinoluwa who was a staff nurse in one of the government hospitals at Ise Ekiti was killed in a mysterious manner in her family residence at Ayedun Quarters in Ado Ekiti.
Police have, however, arrested and detained her estranged husband, Mr Abayomi Osire as prime suspect at the Oke Ila Police Station, following alleged frosty relationship between them.
Narrating the circumstances that led to the death of the deceased, her step- father, Mr Olawale Ogundare, said occupants of the three-bedroom apartment building had gone to church but Moyinoluwa decided to stay behind to take some rest after weeks of examination
His words: ’’When we returned, we knocked the door and when she did not answer, I peeped through the window and saw that the way she lied was not normal and we found the main door was already opened.
“When we entered, we found her in pool of her blood . We tried to reach out to the husband, but he switched off his phone not until Tuesday when he called us with one strange number.
‘’Moyinolowa was not a careless type and one who would open door for people carelessly, so her death is strange and suspicious,” he said.
He, however, fingered the husband of the deceased, Mr Osire as the alleged killer of her step daughter, saying he has evidence to show how he had threatened to kill the deceased for allegedly abusing his mother through a text message.
‘’ Apart from the fact that the deceased was killed, her handset and a sum of N250,000 withdrew from the Bank last Friday as well as other valuable items were taken away.
He said the husband had on several occasions through telephone conversations and physically threatened to kill Moyinolouwa over some unresolved issues.
Ogundare ,however urged the security operatives to search for the call logs of the conversations between the deceased and her husband between the hours of 9 am -to 1pm on Sunday
When contacted, the Police Public Relations Officer of the Ekiti State Police Command, Mr Victor Babayemi, who confirmed the murder said no arrest has been made so far.
The Police Spokesman, said post mortem examination has been conducted on the deceased and the results are being awaited.