THE Ondo state governor, Dr Olusegun Mimiko, on Tuesday, assured family of former vice chancellor of the Federal University of Technology, Akure ( FUTA), Professor Albert Ilemobade that the perpetrators of the gruesome murder would not go unpunished.
Mimiko, who stated this during his visit to the house of the deceased in Ijapo Estate in Akure, Ondo state capital, described the late don as a man who devoted his entire life to the service of humanity.
The governor, who was accompanied by member of the Ondo State Executive, Director of State Security Services, Christian Ojobor, representative of the state Commissioner of Police, among others, said the deceased lived a life worthy of celebration.
He frowned on the manner the former vice chancellor was killed, even as he commended the efforts of the security agents in the state, for getting to the root of the incident.
The governor, who later visited the store where the corpse of the deceased was kept by the culprits, enjoined people to always look into the profile and details of whoever they employed as their domestic workers.
Responding on behalf of the family, the deceased first son, Adesola Ilemobade appreciated the governor and his team for the visit and called for justice, describing the death of his father as a great loss
He described his father as a great man who left a great impact and heritage that would be followed by his children.