The remains of Abimbola Ayanwale, the Lagos-based clothier, who is believed to have been murdered, would be committed to Mother’s earth today.
A closed-circuit television in a shop near a shopping mall at Maryland area captured the moment the body of Abimbola was thrown off a moving commercial bus by her suspected killer(s) on the night of June 10.
Earlier, the deceased cloths seller had retired home from work. She was said to have received a call and shortly after left home only to be found dead on the street raising suspicion that she was murdered. Her body was not mutilated thereby reducing the possibility of ritual killing.
“Aunty mi Ayanwale Abimbola Modinat, you were still active on WhatsApp till 8pm Monday. Only for us to be called around 11pm that you’re dead! How do these things happen?
“One minute, you’re healthy and bubbly. The next minute, you were called by someone, you went and you were shot to death! It’s a wicked world!
“My heart is just about to explode. I can’t wrap my head around this. Rest in peace Aunty mi. We will miss you dearly,” a tribute posted on Facebook by one Adegoke Adekemi, read.
On Thursday, Adekemi posted the arrangement for the burial of the slain businesswoman. She wrote: “My dear Aunty will be laid to rest tomorrow.Venue: Atan Cemetery (Atan is close to Sabo, yaba, Lagos). Time: 3pm. We’d never forget you, dear one❤”