OAU student dies: Police did not tell family about autopsy report – late Timothy’s brother

Mr Gbade Adegoke, the older brother of Timothy Oludare, a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) student at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, who mysteriously died after staying at the Hilton Hotels and Resort, said police had not informed the family about the report of the autopsy performed on the deceased.

Gbade revealed Thursday this SaharaReporters in reaction to the announcement of the publication of the autopsy report.

Some media reports indicate that a copy of the autopsy report was made available to the Osun State Police Command for proper record keeping.

The report was reportedly submitted on Wednesday after a medical team that performed the autopsy certified that the exercise had been thoroughly carried out.

However, Gbade said the family were unaware of the report’s release and had no idea of ​​its contents.

He said: “I just heard it in the media too. I haven’t seen a copy of the autopsy report. The police did not call me to inform me of the report. I await their call.

Speaking of the next course of action, he said, “I can’t determine until I see the autopsy report. It must be a family decision. Besides, the police are always on top of the matter.

When the Osun State Police Command Public Relations Officer Yemisi Opalola was contacted, she said that the case having been transferred to Abuja, she could not say anything about the report.

“I can’t say anything about it. You know the case is in Abuja, so call them in Abuja. The case is no longer with us, ”Opalola said.

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