These are more pictures of the Married couple that were found lifeless inside a car while they were making love in Ogba area, Ikeja, Lagos State.
The family of Mr. Lukmon Olowu, whose dead body was found on Sunday inside his Toyota Corolla car. Yesterday, said there was no way Late Mr. Lukmon could be the lover of the woman found lifeless with him.
Mr. Lukmon, 39, is married with two kids, and was a licensing agent.
According to the family of Lukmon they said there was no way that Mr. Lukmon will be making love to the lady, known as Promise, inside his car.
The Lady Promise in hails from Cross River State. While her spouse, Clement, is a commercial bus driver, from Edo State, and they both have a child for Clement.
Lukmon’s family members all gathered at their family house at 56, Shonola Street, Ogba, Ikeja, Lagos, saying their son was murdered.
Earlier stories said that Promise and Lukmon both stay in the same compound, New Telegraph’s official visit yesterday to Ogba verifies that Promise stays at 48, Shonola Street, while Lukmon resides at Iju-Ishaga area of Lagos State. Lukmon’s younger brother, Idris Olowu, said ’’Lukmon was not into any relationship with Promise’’.
Idris said: “On Saturday evening, Lukmon and about six of his friends, went to a birthday party at Obawole, Iju area. After the party, Lukmon used his car to drive many of his friends to their residences, including Promise’’.
She also attended the birthday. Promise later called and pleaded with Lukmon to take her to her friend’s place around Excellence Hotel, located at Ogba. We understand that she called her husband, telling him that she would spend the night at her friend’s place, before she called and asked Lukmon to drive her there.
“The next thing we heard was that police called us that our brother was dead, that they had found Promise and Lukmon dead inside his car. We heard they were found Naked. We all went to the police station to confirm the information.
Before the police drove the car to the station, they took pictures of their dead bodies. We saw a picture of our brother, naked and his two legs raised and placed on the dashboard. While the dead woman was half naked; she was sitting beside him in the front seat.
Her head rested lifelessly on the car seat headrest. “I can swear with my life, that my brother didn’t have anything to do with Promise. He was a responsible man, married with children. He didn’t take alcohol.
I learned that woman was dating a guy called Femi, Promise’s husband, Clement, had warned the guy several times to stay away from his wife. Even, when the incident happened, the same Femi came to tell us that the trap was meant for him.” Idris further disclosed that Promise lived close to a beer parlor.
It was alleged that many people knew the late woman. Idris further said: “ She called her husband that night, that she would spend the night at a friend’s place. It was not the first time Lukmon had used his car to convey Promise and other people to different places after parties.
The woman always goes to a party with youths living in the area because she was a friendly type.” Idris recalled that when they got to the police station on Sunday, Promise husband, Clement, said that the dead person should have been Femi, not Lukmon.
Idris said: “To my surprise when we got to Area G Police Command, Promise’s husband said that he thought it was Femi that died. Even Femi’s phone was brought out from Promise’s handbag by her husband.”
When NewTelegraph visited Promise’s house yesterday evening, some of her neighbors said she had no job, but frequent the beer parlor where she used to drink beer.
One of the residents, who do not want her name mentioned, said: “The death of the woman came to every one of us as a surprise. Promise had a child and had a friend at the beer parlor joint. She used to stay at that club with her friend, drinking, whenever her husband was not around. It was at this club that some men, including the one that died with her, met her.”
The resident further said: “There was a day I warned her to stop going to the beer parlor because I had seen a situation where some of the men that came to the joint, would harass women.
That was why I warned her to stay away from the place to avoid what eventually happened now.” When our correspondent approached Clement, who wore a T-Shirt and brown trousers, he snapped: “ No! No! I can’t talk for now.” He crossed to the other side of the road and disappeared.
People living in the area said that the apartment he went happens to be his grandmother’s house. Efforts to speak with Femi failed too.