An Ondo state High Court sitting in Akure on Wednesday condemned Seidu Adeyemi to death by hanging for killing Miss Khadijat Oluboyo, the first daughter of the former deputy governor of Ondo State,Lasisi Oluboyo, an indigene of Ikare-Akoko, central station of Akoko North-east local government.
Adeyemi was charged for executing his better half, Khadijat Oluboyo, on July 2, 2018.
He therefore covered her inside his room at Aratusi, Oke-Aro zone of Akure.
Khadijat, was a last year understudy of Adekunle Ajasin University in Akungba Akoko (AAUA) until her death.
In his judgement, Justice Samuel Bola said the prosecutor and the state government’s counsel had demonstrated past sensible uncertainty that Adeyemi really committed the offence he was charged for.
Adeyemi, a graduate of Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA), was arrested by the Ondo State Police Command in July, last year for killing the former deputy governor’s daughter for a money ritual purpose at his home in Akure and purportedly covered the expired inside his space for six days.
Justice Bola held that by criminal law, the convict had perpetrated a capital offence and he should kick the bucket by hanging.
After the decision, pioneer of the indictment group and State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Kola Olawoye, expressed delight over the judgement.
He, however, portrayed the conditions prompting the passing of the perished as heartbreaking.
Olawoye noticed that the state government was keen on the case as a result of the conditions prompting the demise of Khadijat Oluboyo and the judgement would fill in as a hindrance for different crooks.
As indicated by him, “The state chose to take up the case so as to recognize what prompted the passing of the expired, and we need the litigant to disclose to the entire world the part he took in the killing of the woman assuming any, say thanks to God the court had done equity to the case today”
The dad of the perished, Oluboyo had prior told columnists when the occurrence happened that he would not be keen on seeking after prosecution on the issue before the state government took up the issue and charged Adeyemi to court.