Late Prince Alex Timileyin’s Family visits Ajayi Crowther varsity, demand justice

 Representatives from both Warri and Uvwie kingdoms of Delta State, Wednesday, visited the Ajayi Crowther University, Oyo State to demand justice for a student, Alex Timileyin allegedly beaten to death by his colleagues.

The incident which took place last Saturday has drawn widespread criticism and call for justice.

The elders led by an uncle of the deceased, Prince Yemi Emiko, visited the hostel where the late Prince was allegedly beaten to death and also had a meeting with the school management. The Itsekiri leaders also visited the morgue where the body of the deceased was said to have been kept.

A member of the delegation, Yemi Otuedon took to Facebook to explain their mission to the school, saying, “A high-powered delegation from both Warri kingdom and Uvwie kingdom of Delta State led by Prince Yemi Emiko and Efe Ofobruku left the state and arrived at Ajayi Crowther University, Oyo to seek the whereabouts of their son Akro Alex Chamuke.

“Others in the delegation are Alex Eyengho, Clem Onotoye amongst others. Justice is all we seek, nothing but justice.

Explaining what ensued Otuedon said, “When we held the meeting, our late prince’s uncle, Uncle Yemi, asked where our prince was living.

“If you see where these children are staying, they are like prisoners. Despite the kind of money paid to the school.

“After we left his residence, where he was beaten to death, we went to the police station. At the police station, we asked for approval to go to the mortuary.

“When we got to the mortuary, there were no other corpses there. Only our prince’s body was there. The mortuary is not working, his body was swollen.

“There were injuries all over his head and body. If you saw the body, you would know it wasn’t a small bleed, and they went to clean the house (where he was beaten). They mopped it. Is that not a wicked school?”