Lady Killed, Womb Removed After Nightclub Outing In Ibadan

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The body of a young nurse was discovered without a womb after a night outing in Ibadan.

The nurse, Omoniyi Boluwatife, was found dead and evacuated by the Police in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.

 

Boluwatife, a graduate of Lead City University was on Tuesday inducted into the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria, according to reports.

 

She had reportedly gone to celebrate her recent induction into the nursing profession at a nightclub on Tuesday night before she died.

In a recent viral video, the body of Boluwatife was seen on the floor.

 

A source who preferred to be anonymous told PUNCH Metro that prior to the night before the incident, Boluwatife had seen her mother off to the motor park after she travelled from Port Harcourt to join her in the celebration of her induction into the nursing profession.

 

He added, “Boluwatife was a member of my church, in fact, she gave testimony about her graduation last week Sunday after she cleared the carry-over course delaying her graduation.

“She is a gentle person and to hear the news of her death broke me,” he added.

 

Reacting to the news of her death, the club where she reportedly went, Copacapana denied that the incident happened within their premise, adding that their management will not take responsibility for incidents that occur outside their premises.

In a press statement that was made available to Punch correspondent on Friday, the management, said, “It saddens our heart to hear about the tragic event that happened to some customers after leaving our facility.

 

“However, as a nightclub, we cannot take responsibility for incidents that occur outside our premises. Although, our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families.

“Our nightclub prioritises the safety of all our patrons. Our venue is equipped with top-notch security systems making it one of the most protected facilities in the city of Ibadan.

Meanwhile, efforts to reach the Oyo State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Adewale Osifeso, proved abortive as calls and messages put to his telephone number were unanswered as of the time of filing this report.

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