The police likewise captured one Jeremiah Monday over the wrongdoing.
Marching the suspects at the police home office, Alagbaka Akure, the state Commissioner of Police, Mr Bolaji Salami, said the perished was Iyabo's previous beau and she requested that the new sweetheart slaughter him to make it simple for them to get hitched.
The police supervisor stated, "One Suleiman Azeez, 25, a business motorcyclist, ventured out from home for his day by day bread with his Bajaj bike however didn't get back. His body was later found in a pool of blood around the 12/12 region Odigbo by means of Ore.
"The case was along these lines moved to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, Akure. Upon cautious examination, investigators trailed the suspects, one Adedayo Sunday, 25, and Jeremiah Monday, 20, both of Odigbo through Ore, who were captured where they had gone to sell the taken cruiser.
"On cross examination they admitted to the wrongdoing and said the previous sweetheart of the expired, one Iyabo Julius, 23, who is presently Adebayo's darling, requested that they ransack her previous beau of his bike and similarly murder him with the goal that she and her new sweetheart could get hitched."
The magistrate clarified that dependent on the admission of the suspect, investigators captured Iyabo.
The police supervisor likewise strutted 20 different suspects for supposedly being engaged with violations, for example, burglary, cultism and abducting, while a few weapons were recouped from them.
The things recouped from the suspects incorporate a Toyota Corolla vehicle, one TVS bike and the entirety of N231,000.
Salami said all the suspects would before long be charged.
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