Their remains were said to have since been buried.

Kehinde’s brother, Joel, confirmed the development in an interview with our correspondent.

He said although the family suspected that the death was not natural, they have decided to move on.

“I was the one that went to the police station at Owode to report the mysterious death of my brother and his wife. Some policemen came here to see for themselves.

“Our family decided to just let this matter end there because we don’t want the issue to escalate. My mother is distraught now and she cannot even talk,” Joel said.

He confirmed that his family members had buried Kehinde’s remains while members of his late wife’s family also took her corpse away for burial.

A friend of the bereaved family, Kayode Adejobi, also confirmed the development.

“I have been coming here every time since this inicident happened. This is an unfortunate incident,” he lamented.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, confirmed the development to our correspondent.

He said, “What happened was that the husband and wife were found dead in the room. The deceased husband is a twin and was living with his brother in the same house.

“After discovering their corpses, they reported to the police and the police visited the house and were about to evacuate the corpses to the mortuary to do a post-mortem but the family declined because they did not suspect any foul play.

“So, we told them to do an affidavit since they insisted on not doing a case and they went to the court to do the affidavit and the corpses were released to them. If they are now suspecting any foul play, it is an afterthought.”