The Ogun state police command has confirmed the arrest of the suspect who was behind the robbing and killing of Abiodun Odebunmi, a POS Operator in Ogun state."For illustrative purpose".
The suspect who was identified as Kehinde Jelili was arrested by the police after he returned back from Cotonou where he attended the trial of embattled Yoruba Nation activist, Sunday Igboho.
The police said the Suspect was arrested along with three other suspected serial killers. And from what was discovered, they allegedly set Odebunmi's body ablaze after stealing the sum of N4 million from him.
According to the report released by the police, they trailed the suspect for more than three months before his arrest. After series of failed attempts, the police received information that the suspect went to Cotonou to attend the trial of Sunday Igboho and that he will soon be returning back to Nigeria.
After getting the report, the police laid an ambush for him and got him arrested at a boundary Community between Ogun and Lagos state.
The suspect has confessed to the crime and will soon be charged to Court. What do you have to say about this?
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