The family of late Richard Gbadebo, a UI student who died in a detergent-making factory, WAW has again reiterated their stance in demanding for CCTV footage of how their son was killed.
Adesewa, the elder sister of the late UI student, while speaking today in a radio programme on Splash FM in Ibadan said they have been demanding for CCTV footage how Gbadebo died in order to clear a doubt that there was a conspiracy in the death of the their son. She further stated that the company in its reply said it does not have CCTV footage of how Gbadebo was trapped in a soap-making factory and it is unacceptable that a big company like that will not have CCTV.
Meanwhile, some activists and human rights lawyers have been demanding for justice to prevail in the matter.
In the meantime, the Oyo State Government has ordered the closure of the factory to enable the State unravels the mystery behind the death of the young lad in order to forestall the future reoccurrence and to ensure that the family is duly compensated.