Miss Adenike Khadijat, daughter of the immediate past Deputy Governor of Ondo State, Alhaji Lasisi Olugbenga Oluboyo has been found dead under the bed of her boyfriend in Akure, the State capital. 

Investigation carried out by our correspondent however revealed that the lady was used for Money Ritual by her  Abuja based boyfriend called ADEYEMI Alao.
Q.S , as Adeyemi is fondly called by his friends dated late Khadijat when she was in secondary school until recently when they met again. 

A very reliable source who spoke to TheElite Times Correspondent said the daughter of former number two Citizen of sunshine state is a final year Student of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba -Akoko. 

Our source also confirmed that the lady lived at STATE HOUSE VILLA, situated along permanent site, Akungba -Akoko. 

Investigation conducted by our correspondent further has it that late Khadijat was killed by Adeyemi AKA Q.S and he kept her corpse under his (Q.S) bed for six days.

The Herbalist that did the ritual for Q.S who is currently at large, instructed that the corpse must spend seven days under the Bed for the ritual to scale through. 

However, lucky ran out of Q.S on the 6th day.
His (Q.S) younger brother came to the house during the day and entered the room where late Khadijat was kept and the ghost of the lady appeared. 

The visibly, mentally and emotionally disturbed younger brother of Q.S, according to our source, could not regain his consciousness until he reported the case at a police station in Akure.

A source who once lived with Khadijat said the daughter of the former Deputy Governor lost her life to PROMISCUITY. 

"She can sleep with anyone. Within a year that she joined our VILLA, at least, I confirmed three men slept with her in HER room. We lived in the same compound. Oko lo pa (joystick killed her).

"Her father provided everything for her. A police escort always bring her to school whenever she's returning from vacation. She travels virtually every weekend. If she's not in Lagos, she would be in Abuja or portharcourt.

"And the worst is if she's going to Akure, she would tell us she's going to Ibadan. This one now, She told us she was going to Abuja, we never knew it was Akure she was going to until we heard the news of her death" a student of AAUA who lived in the same compound told a correspondent.

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