The 22-year-old girl, Oluwabamise Ayanwola, who was found dead after boarding a Bus Rapid Transport scheme in February 2023 has been buried.
The Punch reports that Bamise was buried at the Atan Cemetery, Yaba, in Lagos on Friday, December 16, amid tears and mourning.
Details from the event showed Bamise’s siblings and family members dressed in white while they carried an enlarged photograph of the last fashion designer.
The 22-year-old lady went missing after she boarded a bus from the Chevron area of Lekki, Lagos while going home from Oshodi – where she worked.
However, Ayanwola’s body was later found days after she was declared missing following a Whatsapp conversation between her and her sister.[ruby_related heading=”More Read” total=5 layout=1]
The BRT driver, Andrew Ominnikoron, who has arrested days afater and is facing charges bordering on conspiracy, sexual abuse and murder over Ayanwola’s death.
In an interview, Andrew Nice, who was apprehended by the police, said he had no hand in the murder of the young lady.
Recalling the incident, Andrew said she was crying for help but he couldn’t help as he was at gunpoint.