- Wants cause of bruises, blood stains investigated
“The former legislator was also said to have procured a death certificate indicating she died of cardiac arrest,” he said.
He added that the family said the corpse was covered in a blanket and laid on her side in one corner of the bed until around 7p.m. when another ambulance took it to the morgue of Molly Specialist Hospital in Ibadan, where the mortuary attendant noticed the bruises and fresh cuts in many parts of the body with blood dripping.
Honourable Busari had told an online newspaper, PM Parrot, that his wife woke him earlier in the morning to attend the landlords’ association meeting and when he returned in company of friends, he asked the children to go fetch their mother to entertain the guests before her lifeless body was discovered.
The family has now said it will be irresponsible of them to keep silent over what they described as an “obvious foul play” in the cause of their daughter’s death as the husband has now been making efforts to bury the corpse this Friday.
Honourable Busari represented the Egbada/Ona-Ara Constituency in the National Assembly between 2011 and 2015 on the platform of Accord Party and his loyalists are presently campaigning on the social media for his return to the House in 2019 on the platform of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP).
The body has since been moved to the Pathology Department of the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan for autopsy under the supervision of Dr. ABU Okolo.
Oluwakemi, aged 48, left behind aged parents and five children and was popularly called Mama Oloye by her husband’s supporters.