The 400 Level student of the Osun State University, Miss Rofiat Adebisi, whose corpse was found at Iragbiji, was buried in Osogbo on Thursday amidst weeping and wailing by family members, friends and students.
Adebisi was buried in Owo Eba area, near Ilesa Garage area of Osogbo, the Osun State capital according to Islamic injunction.
Sympathisers and journalists had waited for hours for the remains of the deceased to be brought to the burial site, but some members of her family who were youths later came and asked journalists to leave the place.
One of them said journalists who did not join them while they were searching for the deceased only came around now to report the burial. He asked them to leave the place to avoid harassment.
But one of those who witnessed the interment told our correspondent that Rofiat, who was the last born of her family, was buried amidst weeping and wailing by her family members and friends.
The Chairman of NASFAT Osogbo branch, Abdulrasheed Adeyemo, who spoke with our correspondent shortly before the interment described the death as “painful”.
Adeyemo said the lady did not make it to NASFAT camp which she planned to attend because her name was not found on the register of those who attended the camping programme.
He stated that he saw the deceased, who was the Acting General Secretary of NASFAT on Ipetu Ijesa Campus of UNIOSUN last Thursday.
He called on security agencies to unravel the circumstances surrounding her death, saying the whole world wanted to know those who killed her.
It will be recalled that the deceased was said to have left Ipetu Ijesa for Ikoyi town, but she was found dead in Iragbiji some days after.