Family member Timothey Adegoke, a university student suspected of murder at the Ile Ife hotel, has announced his funeral.
On the 5th of October last year the news of Timothy Adegoke’s death began to unravel.
His body will be found by police and will be investigated, and the issue has been debated and people are demanding that the rest ignore the law.
In an invitation to his funeral received by the BBC, Tunmise Adegoke, a relative of Eruwa in Ibarapa East Local Government Area, will be buried.
His funeral announcement comes as police begin a trial with those suspected of knowing about Timothy’s death.
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The issue is settled now
The police have announced that Rahmon Adedoyin and six others will be arraigned in court on charges related to the murder of Timothy Adegoke.
In the case of Adedoyin, the charges against him were not murder but conspiracy to carry Adegoke’s body into the bush.
On the other hand, police said they were charged with other offenses such as murder, conspiracy, tampering with a receipt and other charges.
According to a brief summary by the police, Adedoyin will appear before the court on charges of tampering with Timothy’s hotel bill.
It will also clarify that it is also planning to remove CCTV video with the intention of changing the evidence.
- Adedeji Adesola, 23,
- Magdalene Chiefuna, 24,
- Adeniyi Aderogba, 37,
- Lawrence Lawyer, 37,
- Oyetunde Kazeem, 38,
- Adebayo Kunle, 35, and others who have been beaten