Miss Kehinde Olomola died at the Federal Teaching Hospital (FETHI), Ido-Ekiti, on Monday, after she was brutally stabbed on the neck by an unknown person.
Her twin sister Taiwo, while speaking to newsmen yesterday said that she heard a male voice at the background when she called her twin sister on the telephone around 9pm on Sunday. She said;
“I angrily ended the call after inquiring about the male voice. The male voice was strange to me, I got angry and I said ‘what is a man doing in your room at such a late hour’. I didn’t wait for an answer as I ended the call. That was the last I heard from her until we learnt the following morning that she had been stabbed in the neck.”
Their family friend, Daniel Oluwadare, said he received a phone call from the elder brother of the deceased, Tosin Olomola, that she had been injured and that he saw her in a pool of her blood.
Oluwadare said he saw the fatally stabbed Kehinde barely breathing and explained that neighbours helped in getting her to the General Hospital, Iyin-Ekiti where she received first aid before she was moved to FETHI. Oluwadare said;
“The doctors at FETHI did very well to bring her to, and although she could not be heard as she made efforts to respond when asked questions, she was able to say that she was attacked by one Odunayo, but we could not decipher the other name she was mentioning.”
Spokesperson for the Ekiti State Police Command, Mr Caleb Ikechukwu, who confirmed the incident, said the police swung into action immediately they received the report. Ikechukwu said;
“Police officers were deployed to the scene, where they saw a pool of blood and blood on her phone and an axe that was used to commit the crime.
Although the lady was rushed to the hospital where she later died. Before the lady died, she made a dying declaration of who attempted to stab her. She mentioned some name and the police took note of those names and effected an arrest.”
He said about three persons were arrested regarding the crime and added that the case is still under investigation and as soon as the investigation is concluded, whoever is found culpable will be charged to court and will face a murder charge.