Musinatu Okeowo, sister to the 24-year-old Sofiat, who was murdered with her head cut off by her ex and current boyfriend for money rituals reacted to the death of her sister.
When news men asked Okeowo a question, she was lost in memory for few seconds covering her face short of what to say. She regained consciousness when she was asked the second question. That was the agony and pains the underaged four Islamic Scholars inflicted on the family.
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She narrated how she came to her house to wash their clothes and cooked beans till evening when she told her she wanted to visit someone she didn’t mention the name but told her siblings that the hosts said she should come alone.
Mrs Okeowo said Sofiat said she has been dating Alfa Mustekeen about a year ago but,
“our mother said she should stop dating Alfa Mustekeen who attended thesame Islamic School together with Sofiat. What baffled me most was that it was this same Alfa that killed my sister.”
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“We cannot tell our mother because she is hypertensive so that we would not have two corpses if she get to know that Sofiat is dead. I got to know of her death on the second day.”
She said all she wanted is justice for her late sister, according to her, the killers should be killed thesame way Sofiat was killed.
The younger brother of her mother who was in mournful mood said he carried Sofiat mother to Ifo from Abeokuta to avoid another tragedy. He said he wanted the government to treat the boys thesame Sofiat was killed.
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