Spiritualist identified as Prophetess Evelyn owoleke whose church denomination
is cherubim and seraphim with a location at Bayo Street Aboru at Oke-odo in Abule
Egba was said to have been arrested over death of a woman during childbirth in
statement coming from the Lagos state police public relation officer, Dsp Bala
elkana said one Seun olorunto, a 35-year-old with residence in same Oke-odo
delivered a baby boy by one prophetess Evelyn owoleke at cherubim and seraphim
church along Bayo street with a location in Aboru.
said homicide section of the Lagos state police command’s detectives visited
the scene and found the woman lying in the pool of her blood, suggesting that
the deceased bled to death due to complications.
The spokesman said the corpse is removed from the church to general hospital yaba
said the infant delivered was also taken to the hospital for medical examination and
care while the spiritual midwife was arrested and taken to state criminal
investigation department in yaba.
Meanwhile, the command also arrested a man over the death of a woman while settling disputes
The statement put further that One Anuoluwapo Adeyemi while having a discussion with
her husband who came visiting, as they live apart, one Owolabi Fasasi with a resident from Ogun street in Mushin
suddenly appeared, threatening to go away with her three-month-old child
identified as kausarat Owolabi that he
did not explain why he is taking her child away.
said while people around made frantic efforts to pacify him but refused and
instead kept on shouting and threatening violence, insisting on taking her
was how the tragedy occurred in the process of dragging the baby in order to
actualize his threat, adding that the said Owolabi pushed away from the boss of the
child’s mother identified as Taiwo Adekoya who was one of their sympathizers as
she became unconscious”.
“Taiwo Adekoya was rushed to the hospital but later confirmed dead, elkana added; “the corpse was deposited at the mortuary for autopsy as the suspect
was arrested by the homicide detectives”.
said investigation is ongoing and that suspect will be charged to court.