Oluwatoyin Salau Biography Oluwatoyin Salau Wiki
In the hours before Oluwatoyin Salau disappeared, she tweeted that she had just been s*xually assaulted.
Oluwatoyin “Toyin” Salau
Rest in Power Angel 💔 #JusticeForToyin after tweeting about her s*xual assault she went missing for several days and her body was recently found. She was only 19. pic.twitter.com/4uAlVsAVHK
— Shari ✨ (@shariauna_) June 15, 2020
Oluwatoyin Salau Age
She is 19 years old.
Oluwatoyin Salau was last seen on June 6 in Tallahassee
Salau, a 19-year-old Black Lives Matter protester, was last seen on June 6 in Tallahassee, according to the Tallahassee police department. The police and their fellow protesters are still looking for her.
Oluwatoyin Salau disappeared after Tweet
The afternoon she disappeared, Salau tweeted that a man had assaulted her that morning. She said the man had offered to take her back to a church where she had sought “refuge” because of “unfair living conditions”.
“He came disguised as a man of God and ended up picking me up in the nearby Saxon street,” she tweeted. “I trusted the holy spirit to keep me safe.”
Salau said he called the police after the attack. She did not specify the church where she lived.
Several people responded to her on Twitter, offering help and asking if she was okay. She never replied and hasn’t tweeted since.
Community action agency of Tallahassee organized a research
The community action agency of Tallahassee organized a research evening Wednesday evening. Protesters searched for hours. They were carrying flashlights and asked the doctors to join them in case she was injured.
TCCA launched a social media campaign by sharing “Did you see me?” Salau brochures and photos.
Jesula Jeannot Said
Jesula Jeannot, a 21-year-old protest organizer, said she had met Salau at protests and had not seen him for almost a week.
“I am shaking,” she said when she learned of the loss of her new friend.
Salau spoke about recent demonstrations and displayed signs asking for justice after the loss of black lives.
“I don’t want their names to be in vain,” said the local activist.
Salau may have been wearing white Crocs, black shorts and a black shirt when he disappeared.
The Special Unit for Victims of PDT is investigating.