On the first day of April, Remilekun Odeleye, a student of the University of Lagos, went for a friend’s party on Lagos Island. No one had the inkling that that would be her last outing. Many thought she was killed by ritualists and would never be found. But no, she was involved in an accident on Eko Bridge and her body was deposited at a mortuary at Atan Cemetery, Yaba.
Remilekun’s friends took to Social Media, putting up photos, hoping people would find their beloved friend.
Her friend, Dewumoh, wrote on Facebook:
“I thought you were missing babe. I tried to look everywhere for you but alas you had died in an accident the next day you left home.
We thought you were missing, never knew you had gone to never come back. With tears in my eyes and pain in my heart, I pray you rest well because we are all going to die and yours came a little early.
We are going to forever miss you baby, I am going to be strong not because I am capable but for you my happy soul, who loved with all her heart. You lived a short life but you touched my heart with your love and happiness.
Now to you who live your life trolling, backstabbing, judging and saying hurtful things about people you know nothing about, I hope you are happy your wish came true.
Yes she is dead but she was not a prey of what you thought and hoped it was. She died in an accident on Eko bridge April 1, and yes she was never a call girl or whatever name you all have for it. I hope this makes you sleep well tonight and makes you fulfilled.”