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  1. The Ogun State Police Command on Tuesday arrested a pastor who allegedly killed his lover and buried her body inside his church. Parading the suspect at the scene of the crime , the Commissioner of Police , Ahmed Iliyasu , said the command had received a report of a missing person at the Divisional Headquarters in Ewekoro. The commissioner said that the case was reported by one Adebola Saheed , who stated that his younger sister , Mrs Raliat Sanni , 35 , had left home since March 21 and had yet to return. Iliyasu said on the strength of the report , police operatives at Ewekoro Division led by SP Oluwarotimi Jeje , the Divisional Police Officer , started investigation. He said the pastor, after discreet analysis of facts , was the last person who was seen with the missing person. The police commissioner said the suspect named another accomplice who was also paraded. “ This is the height of wickedness that can be meted out to a fellow human being. It will interest you to know that the victim was a secret lover to the pastor who eventually H@cked her to death , ” he said. He said that forensic investigation into the case had commenced and the matter would eventually be charged to court. Speaking to journalists, the suspect said that he was not the one that killed the victim, alleging that it was his accomplice who carried out the act and later cut off her head and two hands. The suspect, a teacher at Methodist High School, Private , Arigbajo , said that he was forced by the accomplice to join his cult group . He revealed that the victim was killed in the process of his initiation as a member of the cult group. The alleged accomplice , however, denied having anything to do with the pastor, saying that the last time he saw him was 2017.
  2. 9jaonline

    Man kills brother, wife in Ogun

    The Ogun State Police Command says it has arrested one Okwudili Okoro for allegedly H@cking to death his elder brother, Azuibike Okoro and his wife, Jacinta. The suspect was said to have been arrested after one Joseph Nwagu reported at the Sango Police Division of the command that the couple had been killed by the suspect and one Kenneth, who came from Sapon in Abeokuta to join in committing the crime. On receiving the report, the Divisional Police Officer, Sango division, Nasirudeen Oyedele, reportedly led detectives to the scene where the suspect was arrested. His accomplice was, however, said to have escaped. The state Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, said on interrogation, the Ebonyi State indigene claimed to have served his deceased brother as an apprentice in his cosmetics trade for three years, and when it was time for him to be settled, his brother made excuses. Oyeyemi said the suspect further added that when he realized that his brother was not ready to settle him, he contracted his accomplice, Kenneth. “The suspect told the police that they bought two cutlasses, sharpened them and headed for his deceased brother’s house in the Ijako area of the state. “The suspect further told his interrogators that on getting to the deceased’s house, they met him eating with his wife and before he could utter a word, they had descended heavily on them with the cutlasses and H@cked them to death,” the police spokesman said. Oyeyemi noted that the two corpses had been deposited in the mortuary at the state General Hospital, Ota, for post-mortem examination. Meanwhile, the state Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu, has ordered the immediate transfer of the suspect to the Homicide Section of the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department, Abeokuta, for investigation. He also directed that the fleeing accomplice be hunted and brought to book within the shortest possible time. Iliyasu appealed to residents of the state not to take any threat to their lives lightly by reporting such to the police no matter who was involved.
  3. The Ogun State Police command says it has apprehended a suspected cultist, Daniel Bartholomew said to be on the wanted list of the police. According to Punch, he was arrested on Friday. The 19-year-old suspect, the command added, had been terrorising residents of Agbara and its environs for quite some time now. The state Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, said Batholomew had been on the wanted list of the command for the role he played in series of cult clashes in places like Agbara, Lusada and Igbesa. He said the suspect was arrested opposite Crawford University, Igbesa, by a team of policemen led by Ajoba Lamidi, an Assistant Superintendent of Police, when they were carrying out stop and search duty in the area. On sighting the policemen, Oyeyemi said the suspect, who was on a motorcycle, quickly made a U-turn but was hotly chased and apprehended. Recovered from him, he added, were one locally- made pistol and one expended cartridge. Oyeyemi said, “The suspect has made a confessional statement that he is a leading member of the dreaded Eye confraternity.” Meanwhile, the state Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu has ordered that the suspect be transferred to Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad, for further investigation.
  4. Two young suspected kidnappers whose ages ranged from 23 years old to 25 years old have been shot dead by gallant men of the FSARS in Ogun State. The two members of the kidnapping syndicate on the 1st of March 2018, ran out of luck when they engaged the FSARS operatives in a gun duel in a bid to rescue an abducted woman. According to the Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO Abimbola Oyeyemi, “Trouble started at about 1pm last weekend when a distress call was made to the police that one Mrs. Ajayi, a pastor’s wife has been kidnapped along Abeokuta Ibadan Road”. The woman was said to have boarded a taxi going to Eleweran in Abeokuta area of Ogun State unknown to her that she boarded the wrong vehicle. She was forcefully driven to a dreaded area of Odeda where she was taken into the bush and held hostage. The kidnappers collected her husband’s number, put a call across to him informing him that his wife was in their custody and that the sum of N2m should be paid for her release. The victim’s husband who happened to be the pastor of a popular church in Abeokuta quickly informed the police. Upon receiving the information, the Ogun State Commissioner of Police, CP Ahmed Iliyasu gave a marching order to the officer-in-charge of FSARS, DSP Uba Adam to go after the hoodlums, rescue the victim and apprehend the suspects. In compliance with CP’s directives, the O/C FSARS led his men to the bush where the suspects were technically traced to and engaged them in a gun battle which lasted for about 45 minutes. At the end of the encounter, two members of the syndicate were shot and arrested but eventually died on the way to the hospital. One policeman was also injured and undergoing treatment in a hospital while the victim was rescued unhurt. Recovered from the suspects were two locally made single barrel guns and four live cartridges. After the success of the operation, the Commissioner of Police, CP Ahmed Iliyasu praised the gallantry display of his men. He enjoined members of the public to always report any criminal incident to the police on time with an assurance that prompt actions will always be taken on such incidences.
  5. The Rapid Response Squad of Ogun Area Command based on credible intelligence intercepted four bales of second clothing/shoes suspected to have been used to conceal compressed packs of cannabis sativa (Indian Hemp) at Ihunbo-Okeodon creeks along Idiroko road. Upon thorough examination, forty-two (42) compressed book packs and eighty-eight (88) coconut packs of Cannabis Sativa (popularly known as Indian hemp) were uncovered. To this end, the Customs Area Controller (Comptroller Sani Madugu) directed the seizing Officer to immediately handover the said items to NDLEA Idiroko Command for investigation, in line with the existing cordial relationship and synergy between sister security agencies working in the border. Furthermore, the NDLEA Idiroko Special Command field tested the aforementioned items using the United Nations Test Kit and affirmed that the items were positive for Cannabis Sativa and weighed seventy-seven (77) Kilograms.
  6. A girl identified as Jayeola Olamide Victoria, a native of Arigidi Akoko. Akoko North West local government area of Ondo state – has been declared missing. According to her father, Jayeola Sunday, his daughter went to school in Ogun state on Thursday 15 / 02/2018. And since then she hasn’t returned back home. Please anybody that seen her should take her to the nearest police station or contact the below numbers.
  7. An appeal is being made online to help locate the family of a young pregnant woman who was almost used by suspected ritualists. According to an online report, the woman identified as Janet Oyewole from Osun state managed to escape from her alleged captors and is said to have lost her memory in the process. She revealed that a car dropped her at a roundabout in Ado Odo area of Ogun state. The lady who claimed she can’t remember much – is hoping to reunite with her family. Princess Akapo Temitope who shared her pictures online wrote;
  8. Ogun State government has debunked the rumour of an alleged killer deworming drug administered to primary school pupils in the state and appealed to parents and guardians not to exercise any fear, rather, they should ensure that their wards benefit from the programme. The Commissioner for health in the state, Babatunde Ipaye, made this known on behalf of the government during the flagging off ceremony of the wide school based deworming exercise. He noted that the rumour was part of the antics of mischief makers and political opponents of the present administration in the state who are not happy with the success rate recorded in the state’s health sector. The Leadership of private primary school teachers and the Nigeria union of Teachers in Ogun state also lauded the initiative advising parents to cooperate with the government in providing quality healthcare for their children.

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