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Friday, 23 August 2019

Police Nabs Two Over Killing Okada Man And Buried The Corpse In Shallow Grave, Sold His Motorcycle For N120,000 In Ogun (Photo)

                               Police arrest two suspects who killed Okada man in Ogun, buried the corpse in shallow grave and sold his motorcycle for N120,000
The Ogun State Police Command has announced the arrest of two suspects over the death of a commercial cyclist popularly called 'Okada man' and theft of his motorcycle.

Spokesperson of the command, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, who confirmed the arrest said the suspects, Lekan Odusote and Monday Molipa, lured the bike man to Ikangba area, Obalende in Ijebu-Ode, where they killed him and took his corpse to an uncompleted building, dug a shallow grave and buried him there.

They subsequently took his motorcycle to Ijebu-Igbo where they sold it at the rate of N120,000. However, their inability to agree on a sharing formula for the money led to a serious altercation between the suspects and involvement of the Police.

Upon the information, the DPO Obalende division, CSP Sunday Omonijo swiftly dispatched his detectives to effect the arrest of the two suspects.
   Police arrest two suspects who killed Okada man in Ogun, buried the corpse in shallow grave and sold his motorcycle for N120,000
On interrogation, they confessed to luring an Okada man to an isolated area where they killed him and took possession of the motorcycle which they sold, and that the sharing formular of the proceed from the sale of the motorcycle resulted in serious disagreement between them.

The suspects took policemen to the uncompleted building where the victim was buried, and the corpse has been recovered and taken to the mortuary for post mortem examination.

Meanwhile, the Commissioner of Police, CP Bashir Makama has ordered the immediate transfer of the suspects to Homicide Section of the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for further investigation and prosecution.

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