SPACES FOR CHANGE (S4C) is offering free legal representation to 60 year old Mrs. Elizabeth Farimade, whose 34 year old fashion designer daughter, Martha Farimade, was murdered by her jealous boyfriend, Adeola Agborin on January 6, 2012. The death certificate and autopsy revealed that the deceased died of asphyxia and fracture-dislocation of the cervical vertebrae.
Mrs. Elizabeth Farimade approached SPACES FOR CHANGE for legal aid on March 4, 2012. The boyfriend of the deceased wrongfully suspected that she was seeing someone else. After killing her on the night of January 6, 2012, he put her in a wheel barrow, covered her up with refuse, and then dumped her body at a gutter beside her house in the early hours of the morning.

Adeola Agborin has been remanded in prison custody following the confessional statements he made at Panti Police Station. He was almost set free by the Ilupeju Police Station until the Homicide Section of the Nigerian Police Force at Panti, Yaba intervened.

On March 5, 2012, S4C visited the beareaved family, the crime scene and the Panti Police station to get a fuller grasp of the issues surrounding the murder.  S4C represented the family at a court hearing on March 22, 2012 at the Yaba Magistrate Court in Lagos, and continues to follow up with the Lagos State Director of Public Prosecutions to ensure an early issuance of the Legal Advise in the matter.  

 A: Elizabeth Farimade. B. The deceased. C. The deceased and Adeola Agborin when the going was good.

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