Police launch manhunt as gunmen assassinate 38-year-old man in Osun
Command Osun State Police started a manhunt when unknown gunmen murdered Tunji Ajakaye, in the state resident.
It was gathered in Ibokun in Obokun Local Government District, late Ajakaye, aged 38, killed around Ile Ayo Axis.
The attackers have reportedly shot the dead man at the top of his chest, when he was on his way back from work.
They left with his car Toyota Camry too.
Ajakaye did not recover at Ilesa's Wesley Guild Hospital, where he was declared dead, despite attempts in order to revive him back.
When contacted, Yemisi Opalola, the spokesman for Osun Police Command, confirmed the incident to our correspondent.
She emphasized that the command had started the suspect's manhunt.
"One of the neighbors who took the deceased to the hospital made this known to the police at 'A' Division in Ilesa," she said.
She remained hopeful that they would arrest the perpetrators.
"The police have conducted an extensive manhunt for the perpetrators, and we promise the public that they will be captured by the long arm of the law as soon as possible."
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