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How Ibadan Killer Wife Yetunde Oyediran Fatoki Escaped Death Sentence

yewande fatoki escaped death sentence

Nov 27, 2017 – How Lowo Oyediran’s Autopsy Report Helped Ibadan Killer Wife Yetunde Fatoki Escapes Death Sentence

Yetunde Fatoki, the violent Ibadan-based lawyer who killed her husband last year has escaped death sentence after her victim’s autopsy report revealed that he died of shock from a sharp object.

Justice Munta Abimbola of the Oyo State High Court, Ring Road, Ibadan convicted Yewande Oyediran of manslaughter instead of murder that carries death penalty .

The court held that although the evidence showed that she killed her husband, none of the witnesses established the intent of the accused or described seeing her stabbing the deceased.

The judge noted that the killing was done without intent, going by the fact that the parties were married at the time of the incident.

The accused stabbed her husband, Lowo Oyediran, in the neck on February 2, 2016 at their 30, Adeniyi Layout, Abidi-odan, Akobo, Ibadan home, following a misunderstanding.

Yewande, an official of the Department of Public Prosecution (DPP), Ministry of Justice, Oyo State, had been on trial since February, last year.

She was arraigned on a one- count charge of killing her man with a knife.

The offence was said to be contrary to Section 316 and punishable under Section 319 of the laws of Oyo State.

The accused pleaded not guilty when the trial began.

The judge said that with the evidence before the court, the convict and her late husband had frequently engaged in domestic violence.

He also adjudged the evidence of the couple’s landlord and wife, Mr and Mrs Akinpelu, as credible.

The landlord and his wife had told the court that they saw the convict holding a knife, while blood was flowing from the deceased’s body.

“Having seen the defendant holding a knife and the defendant had earlier confirmed that she had earlier stabbed her husband with a pair of scissors a day before, I hold that it was the defendant that stabbed the deceased,’’ said the judge.

Justice Abimbola also said that he considered the autopsy report of Prof. Abideen Oluwashola, a consultant from the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan.

“According to the autopsy report, the deceased died as a result of shock from a deep wound caused by a sharp object,’’ the judge added.

The court said the evidence of the convict could not be relied upon, because her statement with the police was different from her statement before the court.



  1. fifelomo

    November 28, 2017 at 5:06 AM

    Power of money…..may God judge her.

  2. DB

    November 28, 2017 at 7:29 AM

    Because she is one of you, thats why the verdict went that way. The society will come after you when you have served your 7yrs.

  3. Ola

    November 28, 2017 at 12:23 PM

    Whaaat? Egbaami oo. Oro di hun. Ds adajo is corrupt. A man killed a woman, death sentence, a woman killed a man 7 years in prison . Reading how ds judge came about her judgement, money don travel from hands to hands. What a shame

  4. Baba oooo

    November 28, 2017 at 12:51 PM

    Haaaaaa, look @ her wicked face…

  5. uzoma

    November 28, 2017 at 1:37 PM

    Like the saying goes, “the deepest part of hell is reserved for those who see the truth and turn away from it”. This ugly woman murdered her husband in cold blood and all the judge could say was that the act was committed without intent. Either this woman escaped the death penalty by her connections or she has bribed the judges with her ugly body. I can’t see how someone’s manhood will stand erect when he sees this bitch even if she goes naked.

  6. Angelsarewatching

    November 29, 2017 at 3:15 PM

    Angels are watching and waiting !!!


    November 30, 2017 at 5:23 PM


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