Her twin sister, Taiwo, who narrated the incident to newsmen yesterday said the late Kehinde did not survive a stab she received in her neck, and that she died at the Federal Teaching Hospital (FETHI), Ido-Ekiti, on Monday.
Taiwo claimed that when she called her twin sister on the phone, at about 9:00p.m. on Sunday, “I heard a male voice in the background and I angrily ended the call after inquiring about the male voice.
“The male voice was strange to me, I got angry and I said ‘what is a man doing in your room at such late hour’.
I didn’t wait for an answer as I ended the call. That was the last I heard from her until we learnt the following morning that she had been stabbed in the neck.”
Speaking on the death, their family friend, Daniel Oluwadare, said he received a phone call from the elder brother of the deceased, Tosin Olomola, that she had been injured and that he saw her in a pool of her blood.
Oluwadare said he saw the fatally stabbed Kehinde barely breathing and explained that neighbours helped in getting her to the General Hospital, Iyin-Ekiti where she received first aid, before she was moved to FETHI, where she died.