An investigation into the murder of Modupe Deborah Atanda, a student at the Federal University Oye Ekiti, has been requested by the Planter of the Christ Apostolic Church, Adamimogo Grace of Mercy Prayer Mountain, Worldwide, Prophet Sam Olu Alo.
Alo, who spoke out strongly against the murder of the student, said the brutal act had sent shockwaves through the community and sparked a fierce demand for justice.
The pastor released a statement to the media in which he conveyed his condolences to the family and the FUOYE community, stating, “No words can adequately express the pain and grief they must be experiencing.” The statement was signed by the pastor’s personal assistant, Hon. Deji Ogunbusuyi. We ask God to give them the fortitude to endure such a great tragedy.
The death of Deborah Modupe Atanda has shaken the Oye Ekiti neighborhood and the FUOYE family to its core. The community’s unified cry for justice during this time of grief is a powerful symbol of their shared commitment to a just and accountable society.
It states in part, “The town of Oye Ekiti is hurting from the sad death of one of its own, Deborah Modupe Atanda, a bright student at the FUOYE. The tragic death of Modupe has reverberated across the neighborhood and sparked a fierce demand for accountability.
Deborah Modupe Atanda, a second-year student at FUOYE, died unexpectedly on September 6, 2023. The circumstances surrounding her death are currently under investigation. Everyone is outraged by what happened, and they’ve all banded together to support her bereaved family.
“Deborah’s loved ones are still reeling from the shock of losing such a talented and bright young woman so suddenly. The community has rallied around the bereaved family, providing sympathies, prayers, and support as they go through this difficult time.