Family of five found dead in Abeokuta
A family of five, including a father, mother and their three children were found dead in their home yesterday Friday August 15th at Temidire Community, in Sabo, Abeokuta North LGA of Ogun State
The dead people have been identified as Aliu Adeboye, his younger wife identified as Iya Aliya and three of Adeboye’s six children.
Findings have shown that, the late Adeboye had two wives and six children before the incident. Further findings have also revealed that, the first wife, and her three children who slept in another room in the same six-room bungalow were alive.
The people in the community were said to be suspecting a foul play as the two wives were said to always be at loggerheads.
Some people alleged that chemical odour was being perceived in the house of the deceased, while some others said the deaths could be as a result of the fumes from the generator at the back of the building.
A resident in the area who lived directly in front of the building who pleaded for anonymity said it was the wailing of the first wife that woke up members of the community who found out that the people were dead.
A source said, “ The wives are always fighting, cursing each other, it got to a stage that the community leader had to intervene.”
Sources within the community said the first wife whose name could not be ascertained was almost lynched but she was saved by policemen from nearby Ilupeju divisional police headquarters.
A zonal leader in the community, Abubakar Olowoorioke, explained that they were in the mosque in the early hours when a woman alerted them about the tragic incident.
Olowoorioke explained that he could not move closer to the place because of the shock but added that the smell of chemicals could be perceived from inside the house.
The Police Public Relations officer in the state, Muyiwa Adejobi, confirmed the incident ,adding that the cause of the death was still unknown in mystery and that postmortem would be carried out on the corpses to reveal the cause of death.
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