Director Missing in Ondo found dead

The body of the missing Director in the Ondo State Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM), Gbenga Olofingboyegun, has been recuperated by police analysts.

Olofingboyegun was pronounced missing last Thursday by his relatives after he left his office in Akure, the state capital.

His ravaged body was found and recognized, yesterday, in Akure, the state capital, by certain individuals through the suit he wore before he disappeared.

A source let newsmen know that “his head has been cleaved off and removed; while his stomach was torn open by his attackers.

His loved ones had purportedly thought that he was kidnapped and were trusting that the abductors will request a payoff installment.

A family companion said “the casualty was still in the suits and tie he wore to the workplace while his breaking down body was found.

“Every one of our endeavors to follow him since Thursday were unbeneficial until his decaying body was found in Saint Theresa’s Primary School next to Saint Peter’s Unity School in Akure.

The state police picture producer, Funmi Odunlami, who affirmed the turn of events, said she didn’t know about the personality of the disintegrating body.

That’s what odunlami said “Yesterday evening someone called to illuminate us that a decaying body was found at Saint Theresa, near St. Peter in Akure.”

“At the point when the police arrived to eliminate the cadaver certain individuals came around and recognized him as the chief we have been looking for in the beyond three days.

“It was his suit they used to distinguish him, however his head has been removed and his chest tore open while his digestive system was eliminated.

“Examination has begun, his telephone was abandoned and a few different things as well. Along these lines, we will work with what we need to be aware assuming that he disliked anyone.

Odunlami said the order has initiated an examination concerning the episode.

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