Parents in anguish as fresh Uniben graduate was beaten, raped to death in Edo



Caption: •Murdered UNIBEN graduate, Idowu Glory


The family of a fresh graduate of the University of Benin ,the Adekolures has been thrown into mourning after their daughter, Idowu Glory’s remains was dropped close to her parent’s house after she was raped to death by unknown persons.

Glory is said to be a recent graduate of the University of Benin.

She was said to have left home for the institution for her clearance on June 13, 2024, but returned lifeless.

A social media user, who tweets from @softbaba24, claimed the deceased, who was his younger sister, was returning home from school when the incident happened.

He claimed she was beaten, raped, and killed in the Iyowa community area of Benin, the Edo State capital and her remains were dropped close to their house.

In a series of posts on on Monday, the user sought help from Nigerians, particularly the police to unravel the mystery surrounding her death.

He wrote, “Justice for my younger sister Adekolure Idowu Glory, who was raped and killed in lyowa community, Benin, Edo State on her way back from school (UNIBEN). She went for her clearance and her corpse dropped close to her mother’s house.

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“Help us seek justice for my kid sister that just graduated from the University of Benin in April 2024 and still processing her projects and clearance and was raped to death on her way back from school on Thursday, June 13, 2024, at just 22 years.

“Her lifeless body has been deposited at UBTH mortuary on 15/6/24 with the help of the Nigeria Police from Ekiadolor Division. She was beaten, raped, and killed. Please Nigerians, come to my rescue. The help I need now is just for my innocent sister, my mum can’t hold herself.

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“Please everyone should help me to retweet and tag those that can help me get justice.” (The PUNCH:)


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