justice for her baby-sister, Mrs Oluwashola Gaska(nee Adefolalu) who was
allegedly murdered in Poland by her husband, Jakub Gaska.
loved ones, but Abimbola heard the story in shock and still does not understand
loving baby sister, Shola, on Dec. 24, 2016 and Shola never mentioned being ill
in any way. By Dec.28, 2016, Jacub called Abimbola to say Shola had died!
there was an accident, which no details were given, and that Shola got
unconscious and was taken to a hospital (no name mentioned) where she allegedly
died. That conversation was soon cut off.
later that day, to say Shola had suddenly taken ill (nature of illness not
stated) and died at an unnamed hospital.
allow sometime to enable them process their travel documents, so that they
could be a part of the funeral plans to give her a befitting burial, and at
least, see her remains.
through their worst moments. While they made efforts to finalise their travel
plans, and even sent representatives from the Nigerian community in Krakow,
Poland in that regard, Jacub refused anyone to see Shola’s corpse on the ground
that Shola had agreed with him that no other person but Abimbola should see her
remains if she died.
cremated the remains of Shola on January 2, 2017 and interred the ashes on
January 7, 2017.
making several efforts to get justice for her sister. Several women have
expressed solidarity for her on that path.
Abimbola has written a petition copying the Nigerian Senate President, the
Speaker, House of Representatives, the President, Republic of Poland, and other
when she got married to Jacub in 2010. Her family too did not think that this
would happen someday.
for a reason that will address and likely checkmate this kind of ugly incident.
Marriage cannot be a place for death.
for Shola’s worthy life and give rest to her family and all those who truly
loved her and shared beautiful memorable times with her.