- Oluwatoyin "Toyin" Salau has been found dead by the City of Tallahassee Police Department days after she went missing
- Before she was declared missing, the 19-year-old BLM protester had tweeted about how a man sexually molested her
- The news of her death was made known on Twitter by a lady called Ashey with the handle @laurecapri
A 19-year-old Nigerian Black Lives Matter protester, Oluwatoyin “Toyin” Salau has reportedly been found dead days after she was declared missing in Tallahassee, Florida.
The City of Tallahassee Police Department on Sunday, June 14, said that they found two bodies on Saturday night, June 13.
Though the police never released the details of dead bodies, a close friend of Oluwatoyin has said that one of the found bodies was hers.
It should be noted that Oluwatoyin was last seen on Saturday, June 6, the day she wrote about how a man molested her.
“Anyways I was molested in Tallahassee, Florida by a black man this morning at 5:30 on Richview and Park Ave.
“The man offered to give me a ride to find someplace to sleep and recollect my belongings from a church I refuged to a couple days back to escape unjust living conditions," she said.
See her tweets below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), condemned the criminal acts of molestation that have recently become rampant in the country.
It was gathered that the Nigerian cleric during a live broadcast on Dove Television on Sunday, June 14, said every form of punishment that could be given to a rapist, cannot be considered too severe.
Speaking in the message that was shared on the church's social media platform, Pastor Adeboye said there is hardly any crime more grievous than that of rape, maybe with the possible exception of murder.
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He went on to note that when a girl is raped, she is left with a scar not only physically but mentally. The RCCG general overseer stressed that the scar cannot be removed for the rest of the girl's life.
He said: "There is no pain that I know of that can compare to the pain of parents whose daughter has been raped. The girl that was raped and killed in Benin, happens to be one of my daughters and I am telling you that I feel the pain seriously.
“Both myself and my prayer warriors will not rest in prayers until the perpetrators of this evil are brought to justice. I will cry to my God to fish them all out. As much as I hate the death sentence, I think every form of punishment that will be given to a rapist cannot be considered too severe."
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