“My Son Was Not A Cultist”, Father Of Slain TASUED Students Tells Police

TASUED Suspends Exams After Killing Of Final Year Student By Cultists
TASUED Suspends Exams After Killing Of Final Year Student By Cultists

The father of Hammed Ayinla Fabiyi, a final-year student at Tai Solarin University (TASUED) who was lynched, has refuted police claims that his son was a cult member.

Musibau Fabiyi, in an interview with TheCable, described his son as an official with TASUED’s student body and not a cultist. He believes his son’s murder may be related to his efforts to expose misappropriation of funds within the student union, rather than cultism.

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“Hammed was not a member of any cult. I haven’t even seen him with any dangerous item before,” the grieving father said. “He was a student union executive and had been threatening to expose a leader’s involvement in misappropriating funds. That’s where the problem lies.”

Fabiyi’s account contradicts the police report, which stated that Hammed was a member of the Eiye cult group and was attacked by a rival group, Aye. The father’s testimony raises questions about the true circumstances surrounding his son’s tragic death.

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