A Nigerian man, Abodunde David Olubunmi, has been arrested in connection with the murder of his wife, Nurse Taiwo, a few months after they relocated to the UK....CONTINUE READING
The couple moved abroad with their three children at the beginning of 2023. However, shortly after, Taiwo filed a restraining order against her husband for reasons that were not made public.
Sadly, the man still found a way to harm her and killed her in cold blood. At the time of writing this story, the man has been remanded in jail in the UK while their children are currently in the custody of social services.
Confirming the sad news, Owoeye Adekunle, the brother of the deceased, took to Facebook to share the heartbreaking report and mourn her tragic passing.
Read his full post below,
“This is to officially announce the painful Exit of my dear sister, Nurse Owoeye Taiwo Morenikeji, married to Abodunde David Olubunmi of Ipoti Ekiti. According to Suffolk Police in the UK and the available documents/records sent to us via mail/ direct conversations from the UK Police, after thoroughly conducted investigations, despite been caught in the act, he (the husband) was declared the sole murderer of his wife (my sister).
And for the children, they are currently being taken care of by the UK social services. On this note, I want to tell the entire member of Owoeyes’ family, to stay calm (though painful) ‘as justice will be served on the killer in due course, be rest assured.
I want to thank UK Govt, Detectives Peter, Amy and the hired Private investigators, as well as the Nigeria Embassy in London for their professionalism. To the Onigogo of Igogo -Ekiti and Sons and Daughters of Igogo, with alots of our friends especially in the UK, we say thank you for your efforts so far. To the people that came from far and near to console, we appreciate.
Hmmmmm, To my Mum, though it’s an irreplaceable loss, please take heart (though not easy), it’s only God that can console you divinely.
To the entire Amuludun dynasty, please NO to derogatory post, Calm down as we await his trial in the Court of the Uk. Thanks for your understanding…. Owoeye Adekunle G, for the family.”