Police Arrest Aregbesola’s Aide Over Girlfriend’s Death

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A Special Adviser to Osun State Governor, Mr Bode Olugbore,
has been arrested by the police over the death of his girlfriend, Miss Kemi
Arobieke.

A Punch correspondent gathered that Kemi, a graduate of the
Lagos State University, visited Bode in Osogbo, the Osun State capital on
Thursday, August 6, all the way from Lagos and promised to return on Saturday.
The deceased’s elder brother, Ayo, who confirmed the death
of his sister to our correspondent on the telephone on Tuesday, said Kemi had
known Olugbore for about four years, but the family did not know about their
relationship.

The brother of the deceased said he, Kemi and Bode were
members of the same church in Lagos adding that her sister said the suspect had
been separated from his wife.
He said, “My sister travelled to Osogbo and she was supposed
to return to Lagos on Saturday, but we got a call from the police that she was
involved in an accident and it was very serious.
“We got to Osogbo but the police prevented us from seeing
her only to be told that she was electrocuted. She was said to have been
electrocuted by a Binatone fan, but it is unbelievable.
“The current in a fan is not enough to kill, except one has
direct contact with a live wire. The mark on her body suggests something
contrary.”
He said he saw Bode at the State Criminal Investigation
Department on two occasions he went to the place.
The deceased’s brother said the police had done the autopsy,
but the family was still waiting for the police to give them the result.
He said, ” We were told that Bode’s family will have to be
present before they would give us the result.”
The governor’s media aide, Mr. Semiu Okanlawon, when
contacted declined to comment on the matter.
He said, ” It’s a police matter. You can get accurate
information about whatever happened from the police.”
Also, efforts to speak to the Police Public Relations
Officer, Mrs Folasade Odoro, proved abortive on the matter as calls put across
to her telephone were picked but she refused to talk.
After many calls to her other telephone, a male voice
answered the call and told our correspondent that the PPRO was not in the
office but left her phone for charging. He promised that the PPRO would call
back when she returned, but she did not.
Also, a text message sent to inquire about the case was not
replied to as of the time of filing this report.

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