A Youth Corps Member Found Dead In #Ilorin; Read The Bizarre Statement The State NYSC Have To Say

A youth corps member, Miss Idowu serving in Kwara state was founded dead on Sunday night in Ilorin, the state capital.

The Lagos-based corps member was an indigene of Ogun state and lived at Tanke along University road while serving her father land.
The deceased’s corpse was found on Sunday night around GRA Ilorin.

However, her family has been contacted while her corpse was released yesterday, Tuesday 26th,  on the insistence of the family.
The deceased served with the state broadcasting corporation, (Radio Kwara), Ilorin.

Speaking with news correspondents, the police PPRO, Mr. Okasanmi Ajayi, said, “We are still investigating, we cannot conclisuvely say it is a case of abduction or ritual killing because no part of the body was missing. It could be a case of a hit and run careless driver or an accident outrightly.
“I can’t confirm that she was raped because all the examinations conducted on her does not show any sign of rape and we are still investigating but I cannot say exactly what happened.
“As far as we are concerned, it was a reported case of “found dead with a broken skull and bruises, for now I can’t tell you whether it was a case of whether rape, abduction or kidnapping.”
He said the corpse would be released today (yesterday)while investigation would continue to unravel the circumstances surrounding the death of the youth corps member.
NYSC PRO in the state, Mr Oladipo Morakinyo gave a bizarre and quite disappointing remarks, when asked about the death, he said a corps member died and death is a natural phenomenon and we have done the needful by contacting her family.
“It is only the medical expert that can diagnose what actually kill her and this is beyond the scope of our scheme. The most important thing is that a corps member died and the NYSC has done the necessary thing that we are expected to do. we have contacted the family.”
It is reported that corpers are poorly treated and regarded in the state, as proper welfare is not given to them from NYSC.

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