Why the family and the lawyer rejected the date of the autopsy

Relatives of Oluwabamise Ayanwola, who was abducted on February 26 from a Lagos Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) bus and later found dead days later, have said they rejected the autopsy date due to the brief notice given to them by police. . Pelumi Ayanwola, a member of the family, revealed this on Friday while speaking to reporters at the Right House, Adeniji Jones Street in Ikeja, Lagos state. He said the family declined the invitation due to short notice. “We received an invitation on Wednesday from the police to attend Bamise’s autopsy on Thursday. “We turned it down because we felt that time was not enough to gather family members to witness it and we also deserve to invite our own pathologist because we want justice.” Said Governor Sanwo-Olu He spoke with his father on the phone but that his presence in the house would have calmed all his nerves. “I trust him but he will not be the one to do the autopsy, his people will give him the report, he trusted them but we don’t.” He said that without the autopsy, the evidence was clear as to what led to his sister’s untimely death. Mr. Ayanwola added: “Bamise boarded a BRT bus. She was supposed to get off at Oshodi, the bus driver wouldn’t let her off, it was even the police who took her body to the morgue. “The next day when we started looking for her, we went to several stations, but they were hostile to us. “They saw the evidence, they heard the video but they were still helpless. No one seems to believe the police anymore as they are not doing their job as expected. “It’s not even the police that arrested him, they’re incapacitated.” According to him, the security of Nigerians is no longer important. “Why is the security of Nigeria no longer so important? With the death of Bamise, it is obvious that places of safety are no longer safe, we have many wars to win. “It is a dereliction of duty to allow BRT buses to operate and transport passengers without safety devices installed on them; no closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras were installed inside to record events during transit.” He said the deceased was in possession of some materials that could not be found after she was allegedly murdered. “Where is Bamise’s bag that contained his phone, my wife’s and son’s clothes and other materials? “Where are the clothes he wore that fateful day? “Even without the autopsy, all the culprits can be easily apprehended.” He said someone posing as a state government official called his mother and asked when Bamise would be buried. “Why is the state in such a hurry to bury my sister’s remains? That is immature. “How can we bury her if justice has not been done? “There is no security for our parents, we don’t know who is who, different people kept calling, but God is on our side,” he said. advertisements ALSO READ: Bamise: Why Sanwo-Olu did not visit the family of the woman killed in BRT – Official Ayanwola said that the family is asking for justice for their daughter to save others from such an incident. The family’s lawyer, Ayo Ademiluyi, said they rejected the autopsy because it would be carried out by pathologists to be appointed by the Lagos State Government. “We received an invitation from the police that we should come for the autopsy a day before it was to take place. “We reject it because it will only be carried out by designated officials of the Lagos state government. “Lagos State is a party to this case, it cannot be a judge in its own case, it can only be a witness or observer. “It is better that they invite pathologists who are neutral in this case,” he said. Ademiluyi urged the police and the state government to give them two weeks to put together their own team. However, the Public Relations Officer of the Police Command (PPRO) in Lagos State, Benjamin Hundeyin, told the Nigerian News Agency (NAN) that he could not comment on the matter because he had just been transferred to Lagos. and needed to update. that. “Apart from the main suspect who had been arrested and processed in court, I cannot say if any other suspects have been arrested. “I also don’t know why Bamise’s family was given brief notice about his presence at the autopsy that was to be performed on the deceased’s body. “As I said, I still need to update on the case as the new PPRO of the Police Command in Lagos State,” he said. (YAYA) Read More Related News Here Let here it in the comment below if you do have an opinion on this; Why the family and the lawyer rejected the date of the autopsy