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Family Of Six Who Died First Night In New House To Be Buried On Saturday
Four family members, including the father, mother, two children and a relative with her child who died mysteriously at Aiyepe road, in Sagamu area of Ogun State would be buried on Saturday according to the deceased brother.
Ogun Today reliably gathered from OOUTH mortuary attendant who pleaded anonymity, where the deceased were deposited that they would be buried at there home town in Imo State.
The mortuary attendant said that the deceased brother had informed him that the family could not afford to pay N150,000 needed for post motem of the six corpses.
He explained that the family had concluded plan to carry the corpses out of the mortuary on Friday and take them to Imo state on Saturday for burial quietly.
Ogun Today also gathered that the deceased still had a mother who was yet to be informed of his son’s death.
The brother noted that the first born of the deceased, who was married and the second born who was in school were the only one that escaped the unfortunate incident.
Ogun Today reports that the incident which happened on the night of June 6 had thrown the entire neighborhood into mourning.
It was learnt that the family had just moved from their rented apartment into the property belonging to them and were said to have died the very first night inside the house.
A relative and her child who spent the night with them also died in the incident.
Some of those that spoke with Ogun Today at the scene of the incident alleged that it looked like some chemical substance was sprayed in the house.
It was also gathered that the victims were locked from outside which also caused suspicious and that people had to force the door open before they could take the victims to the mortuary.
One of the sympathizers, who accompanied the bodies to the Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital (OOUTH), Sagamu, said the owner of the house, a borehole driller, just spent a night inside the new house.
Their remains were evacuated and taken to the morgue of the hospital.
The Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, confirmed the incident, saying that the Police would get to the root of the matter.
Oyeyemi, an Assistant Superintendent of Police, said investigation into the matter had commenced to unravel the mystery behind the incident.