According to a report from "Daily Trust", Operatives of Ogun State Police Command have arrested four members of a syndicate who allegedly robbed a Point Of Sale (POS) operator, Abiodun Odebunmi, of N4million and later killed him and burnt the corpse.
The suspects are said to be specialized in robbing and killing POS and UBER operators.
They were all arrested following a complaint lodged at Onipanu divisional headquarters on the 18th of April 2021, by one Aanu Salaudeen.
The recent killing and burning of the POS operator in Ogun is bad, those involved in this act shouldn't go unpunished because justice must be served.
The Killers of the POS operator should not be released. The police should investigate the perpetrators of this act and know if they have have been killing other POS operators since they specialize in robbery.
All Nigerians should be vigilant always and if you notice any form of criminality in your area, don't delay to call the Nigerian Police immediately.
Finally, may the soul of the POS operators who was killed recently rest in peace. Amen.
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