The news making wave this morning from Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria is the story of a young woman who is yet to be identified, was described as a lover to a serving policeman in Ado-Ekiti. She was reported to have died during a sex romp with her the police lover.
Eye witness who chose to remain anonymous told news men that the unidentified policeman had travelled from Lagos to Ado to visit the deceased, who allegedly passed on before daybreak. The sad incident occurred at Atayese Street, Bawa Estate, Ado-Ekiti where the deceased was said to be residing.
At the time of gathering this information, the cause of the young woman's death still remains a mystery as no one could ascertain the cause of her death, but the police division from Oke-Ila division has evacuated her remains, while the suspect has been arrested for interrogation.
For more information, the Ekiti State Police Public Relations Officer, Sunday Abutu, was contacted and he confirmed that the woman’s death and that the case had been reported, but said the division in charge has not properly briefed him.
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