Family members, friends and well wishers could not hold back tears, as remains of Adebayo Oyelowo Oyediran Ajanaku, man allegedly stabbed to death by his wife, Yewande, in Ibadan, on February 2, 2016, was buried on Friday [Feb 26], in his country home, Gbongan, in Ayedaade local government area of Osun State.
Emotions ran high as the hearse, bearing the white casket of the deceased popularly called Lowo, approached St. Paul's Cathedral Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Oke Osun Diocese, Gbongan around 10.45 am.
Relatives, friends and well wishers could not hold back their tears when they sighted the casket, bearing the remains of the deceased, being carried out of the hearse by pall bearers.
Donning black customised T-Shirts, with the pictures of Lowo and inscription tagged "Justice4Lowo," some of his family members, relatives and friends, who could not control their emotions rolled on the floor, shouting the name of the deceased.
Below are photographs of proceedings at his funeral as covered by the Nigerian Tribune:
The police took Yewande to the scene of crime for further investigation...