- The wife of Timothy Adegoke, the OAU post-graduate student killed in Osun state, Bolatito Adegoke has opened up on her husban's demsie
- According to the mother of three, she had a vision of greater things coming her late husband's way before his death
- Adegoke was in Ile-Ife from Abuja to sit for his examination at the OAU distance learning centre, Moro, Osun state
Bolatito Adegoke, wife of the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) student who was killed at the Hiltons Hotel in Osun state revealed she had a vision that glory was coming her husband’s way before his life was tragically cut short.
Recall that Timothy Adegoke, a postgraduate student was declared missing on Sunday, November 7 and later found dead.
Adegoke's wife in an interview with The Nation revealed that she shared her vision with her husband and they both prayed about it.
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According to the mother of three, hher husband was killed on his third trip to Ile-Ife for his final examination.
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Bolatito noted that though she didn't have premonition about his death, she fasted and and prayed for three days the week he wanted to travel.
"The week he wanted to travel for his final examination in Ile-Ife I fasted and prayed for three days. I had a vision that a new glory was coming my husband’s way; that he needed to do some prayers and sacrifice with praises to God. I told him about it."
Police arrest Oduduwa university owner Ramon Adedoyin over killing of OAU student
The spokesman of the Osun state police command, Yemisi Opalola, said six suspects have been arrested in connection to the student’s death.
Opalola confirmed that Adedoyin who owns the hotel has been arrested as well. The police spokesperson said Adedoyin was undergoing interrogation in connection with the case while awaiting the autopsy report from the hospital.
Hilton hotel owner reacts to police detention
Meanwhile, Ramon who is being detained by the police in the state has for the first time reacted to the suspected killing of Adegoke in his business premises.
Adedoyin said he has no hand in the killing of the postgraduate student of OAU in his hotel as widely spread in the media.
He also urged the general public to desist from making insinuations and allow the police to conclude its investigation on the matter.