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Yoruba Nation: Autopsy reports contradicts police claim, reveals girl died from bullet injury




An post-mortem report has revealed that Jumoke Oyeleke, the salesgirl who was killed in the course of the Yoruba Nation rally in Lagos on July 3 died from bullet damage.


DAILY POST had reported that the 25-year-old lady was hit by bullets reportedly fired by a safety operative dispersing Yoruba Nation agitators at Ojota, Lagos State.

Viral photos on social media additionally confirmed that bullets ripped open the sufferer’s abdomen.

Reacting, the Lagos State Police Command in an announcement issued by its Public Relations Officer, Olamuyiwa Adejobi, denied that the lady died because of the bullets fired by its safety operatives.

Adejobi claimed the corpse was discovered wrapped and deserted at a distance, removed from the venue of the rally, with dried blood stains, including that the corpse isn’t contemporary.

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Nonetheless, an post-mortem report which was launched and signed by one Dr. S.S. Soyomi of the Lagos State College Instructing Hospital, Ikeja, indicated that the 25-year-old died after she was hit by a stray bullet.

In line with Physician Soyomi Jumoke died from “haemopericardium, disruption of the center and lungs and missile damage to the chest.”

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