Who is the deceased FUOYE GIRL? What was her name? What was her age? What was her course of study? When was she declared missing? When was her body found? Where was her body found? How was she killed? Have the police made any arrests? What is the motive for the killing? What is the state government doing to address the security situation at Federal University Oye Ekiti? All other questions that you may have are answered in this post.
Who is the Deceased FUOYE girl?
The deceased FUOYE student is Modupe Deborah Atanda, a 200-level Nursing student at the Federal University of Oye-Ekiti.
What was her age?
Modupe Atanda is said to be in her twenties.
Where is Modupe Atanda from?
She was from Ikole-Ekiti in Ekiti State.
What was her course of study?
Modupe Deborah Atanda was a 200-level Nursing student.
When was she declared missing?
She was declared missing on September 5, 2023,
When was her body found?
Her body was found on September 6, 2023
Where was her body found?
Her body was found in a shallow grave a few meters away from the school
How was she killed?
Unconfirmed sources said her eyes were gouged out and she was mutilated all over. However, the police went to the mortuary and ascertained that there was no sign of mutilation; the way she was killed is still not certain.
Have the police made any arrests?
The police have arrested 10 suspects in connection with her death. The suspects are all male and are between the ages of 18 and 25. They are being held at the Ekiti State Police Command headquarters in Ado-Ekiti.
What is the motive for the killing?
The police are still investigating the motive for the killing, but they believe that it may be cult-related. Atanda was not a member of any cult, but she may have been mistaken for one.
What is the state government doing to address the security situation in FUOYE?
The death of Atanda has caused outrage in Ekiti State. The state government has ordered the closure of FUOYE until further notice. The police have also increased security on the campus.
What is the family doing about the death?
Atanda’s family is demanding justice for her death. They have called on the police to ensure that the perpetrators are brought to justice.
The death of Modupe Deborah Atanda is a tragedy and a loss to her family, friends, and the entire community. Her death is a reminder of the dangers women and girls face in Nigeria and the need for increased security and protection.
The police are still investigating the motive for Atanda’s death, but they believe that it may be cult-related. This is a serious concern, and the police must do everything they can to bring the perpetrators to justice.
The state government has ordered the closure of FUOYE until further notice. This is a necessary step to ensure the safety of students and staff. The police have also increased security on the campus.
We hope that the police will be able to bring the perpetrators to justice and that Atanda’s family will find peace. We also hope this tragedy will lead to increased awareness of the dangers women and girls face in Nigeria and increased efforts to protect them.
In addition to the above, here are some other things that can be done to prevent future tragedies like this one:
- Parents should teach their children about the dangers of cults and how to protect themselves.
- Schools should have programs to educate students about sexual violence and how to report it.
- The government should pass laws that protect women and girls from violence.
- The police should increase their efforts to investigate and prosecute cases of violence against women and girls.
We all have a role to play in preventing violence against women and girls. By working together, we can make Nigeria a safer place for everyone.