Autopsy Shows Ronke Shonde’s Death Was Not Caused By Violence Marks


With so much going on concerning the death of Lagos mum, Ronke Shonde, who was allegedly killed by her husband who was famous for always hitting the deceased, a preliminary autopsy result has been finally surfaced.

According to the report, the deceased did not die from the violence marks found on her.

According to Punch Metro, the result showed that the cause of death might even be more complex than what everyone assumed as result for now is still sketchy..
Recall,  Lekan Shonde, 51, the deceased husband, allegedly beat her to death at their home in the Egbeda-Idimu area last Thursday. At first, he was nowhere to be found before finally turning himself in and also accusing the late Ronke of infidelity, claiming she was sleeping with one Kayode, the general manager of a publishing company where she (Ronke Shonde) worked as the human resources manager.
About the result, a source confirmed that only a phase had been completed as more tests are still being done.
He said:
As of now, the report showed that the marks of violence on the victim have nothing to do with her death. Other areas are still being explored. The actual thing that killed her has not been stated.
SP Dolapo Badmos, Police Public Relations Officer, also spoke about the issue saying they are yet to get the result.
I just spoke with the people in charge now and they said the result is not complete yet. I will advise we exercise patience and caution. The police are also monitoring the case and we intend to get the report soon. This will be disclosed to  the public.
Meanwhile, the management of Learn Africa, the publishing firm where Ronke and Kayode worked,released a statement on Tuesday confirming that Ronke and Kayode both left the firm in March.
The statement read in part,
Late Mrs. Ronke Shonde and Mr. Kayode Oluokun were former employees of Learn Africa Plc. However, as of the time of Mrs. Shonde’s death, they had ceased to be workers of Learn Africa Plc since the 8th and 10th of March 2016, respectively.
During the period of their employment, the management is not in a position to confirm or deny the existence of a relationship between these former employees in any other capacity other than as colleagues.”
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