Shalewa Adebowale: Missing 19-year-old student found dead

Shalewa Adebowale: Missing 19-year-old student found dead

- A missing 19-year-old girl identified as Shalewa Adebowale has been found dead

- Her cousin made the disclosure on Twitter, saying she was killed in a very gruesome manner

- Before Shalewa was killed, she called her father to inform him that she was in danger and that she needed help

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Shalewa Adebowale, a 19-year-old missing student, has been found dead.

The deceased's cousin with the Twitter handle @A_yokunle confirmed the development in a tweet on Tuesday, October 20.

Recall that Shalewa was said to have called her father on the phone saying "she was dying" and needed help.

Shalewa Adebowale: Missing 19-year-old student found dead
Shalewa Adebowale was gruesomely murdered. Photo credit: Businessamlive, Twitter/A_yokunle
Source: UGC

He wrote:

''We found my cousin, but unfortunately, we found her dead. We hope she's in a better place. Thanks to everyone who reached out and reposted''
"Just saw the picture of her body, she didn’t just die; she was killed in such a very gruesome way. Nobody deserves to be killed in that manner. It’s such a cruel world, but there’s a God up there who avenges. I see all the condolence texts. Thank you everyone."

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Nigerians took to the comment section to condole with the bereaved.

Tweep with the handle @captkennypeter wrote:

"The wickedness in this country is so alarming... cutting her life so short is disdain to humanity, may her soul continue to rest in peace ijn."

Another Twitter user with the handle @LadyNwankwo commented:

"So sorry for your loss,may God console you all at this time."

Below are other reactions:

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Meanwhile, previously reported that many families were thrown into sadness as three 400 level students of the University of Port Harcourt who were kidnapped on April 7 were found dead in Eleme area of the state.

The victims were identified as Joy Adoki Nelson Nwafor and Fortune Obemba. They were declared missing by the police on April 19 after Adoki’s brother, Umor, filed a complaint at Eleme Police Division.

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