A Suspected serial killer in the Akinyele Local Government Area of Ibadan, Oyo State, named Sunday Sodipe, has been arrested and he has equally narrated how he killed his victims after receiving the sum of N500 (five hundred naira) from a herbalist. The suspect was arrested in connection with the killing of six persons including Barakat Bello, Grace Oshiagwu, Mujib Tirimisiyu, Azeezat Somuyiwa, Adeola Azeezat and her daughter, Dolapo. The Commissioner of Police in Oyo, Nwachukwu Enwonwu, had on Friday paraded
It's been 10 days since Sunday Shodipe an alleged serial killer escaped from the Oyo state police custody. The citizens of Akinyele Local Government of Ibadan were relived when Shodipe was first arrested, he was linked ed to the murder of 18-year-old Barakat Bello, 29-year-old Azeezat Shomuyiwa, and three others in the community. However it came as a surprise to everyone when it was announced that the police were looking for the man again after he had escaped from police custody.This was revealed by the Commissioner
Killing For Fun:Babajide Comments On The Escape Of 19-Year-Old Serial Killer Of Women From Detention
Killing For Fun:Babajide Comments On The Escape Of 19-Year-Old Serial Killer Of Women Who Kill His Victims Without A Gun Few days ago, a suspected serial killer named Sunday Shodipe was arrested in Ibadan at Moniya, Akinyele local government area of Oyo state and two days later the Oyo state police branch in Akinyele came out to tell the public the serial killer had escaped from its police custody. It would be recalled that on June 1, Barakat Bello who is an undergraduate was murdered in cold blooded in her
The Oyo State Police Command have re-arrested wanted serial killer, Sunday Shodipe, the prime suspect in the series of ritual killings including that of Barakat Bello, Azeezat Shomuyiwa and Grace Oshiagwu at the Akinyele Local government Area of Oyo State. This was confirmed by the Oyo State Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Mr Olugbenga Fadeyi, on Sunday 23rd August. The Nigerian Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, had earlier dispatched detectives to assist the police in Oyo in tracking
The Oyo State Police Command has announced that Sunday Shodipe, the suspected killer of 18-year-old Barakat Bello, pregnant Azeezat Shomuyiwa and Grace Oshiagwu who was a Polytechnic undergraduate has escaped from cell. The Oyo State Commissioner of Police, CP Joe Nwachukwu Enwonwu, disclosed this to newsmen via a statement released by the state Police Public Relations Officer, SP Olugbenga Fadeyi, on Sunday 16th August. 19-year-old Shodipe is the prime suspect responsible for the serial ritual killings of over
Recently, there's been several cases of killings across Nigeria. Just today, a 19 year-old boy was reported by Instablog Naija to have hands in the killing of six persons for money rituals at Akinyele Local Government of Oyo State. Oyo State Police Commissioner, Nwachukwu Enwonu while giving reports of 19 year-old Sunday Sodipe said he was arrested alongside an old man, Adesokun Ajani who's the one behind Sodipe's errands. The third guy that was arrested with Sodipe and Pa Ajani was a certain Shehu Usman who
Some weeks ago, there was media outrage about the murder of two young girls. Barakat Bello was smashed on the head while she was on her way to the bathroom by unknown person. Then some days later, 21 years old Grace Oshiagwu was also killed. The police has paraded two suspects named Adedokun Ajani and Sodipe. The latter is a 50 years old herbalist while the former is just 20 years. After Sodipe Killed Barakat by smashing her head with a stone, he stole her phone which he later sold to one Usman Shehu. Furthermore,
Reports have it that the Oyo State Police Command have arrested a 19 years old boy named Sunday Sodipe in connection with the ritual killings of six people in Akinyele LGA of the state in the month of June 2020. He was paraded by the state commission of Police along side with two other suspects. One named Adedokun Ajani - A Herbalist who is the master mind behind the operation, and another Shehu Usman who bought a stolen phone from Sodipe. News Reports have it that Sodipe attested to the fact that he Murdered
A 19-year-old boy, Sunday Sodipe, was arrested by the Oyo State police in June 2020 in connection with the ritual killing of six people in Akinyele State Local Government Area. During this Corona Virus pandemic and lockdown, Nigeria has recorded several numbers of rape cases and killing of innocent people with no information who the killer might be. Lately the State Police Commissioner, Nwachukwu Enwonwu, paraded the suspect, as well as one herbalist, Adedokun Ajani, 50, who allegedly sent Sodipe to perform
According to a post from instablog. Sunday Sodipe, a 19-year-old boy in Oyo State, has been arrested in connection with the ritual killing of six personas in Akinleye, the local government area of the state. Sunday was paraded alongside the herbalist he worked for known as Adedokun Ajani, a 50-year-old man who had been sending him to carry these evil acts and operation. Shehu Usman, 20 were also paraded after he bought a stolen phone from Sunday. All there were paraded by the state commissioner of police Mr.
"Do they look alike" - Mixed reactions trails the re-arrest of Ibadan suspected serial killer. On Sunday 23rd of August the Oyo state police Command says it has re-arrested the alleged serial killer 'Sunday Shodipe'. The 19-year-old suspect serial killer was accused of killing nothing less than six people in Oyo state. Mixed reactions trail his re arrest as Nigerians demand the police force be sure of the identity of the arrested suspect. See screenshots as Nigerians debate on the identity of the suspect. personally
Sodipe, 19, herbalist Adedokun Ajayi, 50 and Shehu Usman were all paraded as they were all part of a crew that carries out dastardly operations of rituals. Sodipe admitted to killing Barakat Bello on June 1st and Mrs Azeezat on June 5th and selling their phones to Usman. He also admitted to killing a 5 years old named Mujib. His last operation was carried out on 29th June when he killed a mother and her daughter with a hand shovel. He said that the herbalist instructs him to kneel down and recite some incantations
The Joint Campus Commission of Oyo state staged a protest in Ibadan City on Wednesday 19th August, 2020. The protest was led by the JCC chairman and all SU President in all institutions in Oyo State. In attendance was Comrade Ogunleye the SU President of Moor Plantation, the school of one of the deceased victims, Barakat. The protest started at exactly 10am with road block at Total filling Station. The students then matched down to the police head quarter chanting songs to express their anger and displeasure.
The Rivers state police command has arrested 2 suspected cultists and oil thieves for allegedly killing and burying alive 3 persons they accused of feeding the police with information about their illegal-bunkering activities in the state. The kidnap victims, Barisiton Nawee, Gbarabera Baridon and Baridomale Tor Sunday, were said to have been buried alive with their mouths and hands tied by their abductors on March 14. The men were declared missing after they failed to return home. Following months of detailed
Sunday Sodipe and Adedokun Ajani have been arrested by the Oyo state police command for the recent waves of killing in the Akinyele Local Government Area in Oyo state. Sunday Sodipe is a 19 year old who was brought to the herbalist Adedokun Ajani by his mother and sister to Learn herbalist work. Sodipe has confessed to the recent killings in the area including the killing of Barakat Bello and Azeezat Shomuyiwa who he hacked down with a stone. He confessed that before he kills anyone, Baba( herbalist) will make
The Nigerian Youths Congress (NYC), Oyo State part, has approached the legislature to repay the survivors of ongoing killings and assault cases in the state. Mr. Abdulfatai Adeyemi, the State NYC Chairman, decided while tending to newsmen on Saturday in Ibadan. A few young people were as of late killed in Akinyele territory of the state. A portion of the casualties are Ayo Olopon, Barakat Bello, Shomuyiwa Azeezat, Oshiagwu Grace, and a five-year-old Mujeeb. He encouraged the state government to repay
A lot has been seen and heard about police brutality, illegal arrest and detention, extortion and extra-judicial killings. Despite the call by many Nigerians to end this menace from these police officials especially SARS, the maltreatment of the citizens seems to be on the increase daily. Since the inception of the first Lockdown declared by the Federal Government, to contain the spread of COVID-19 pandemic back in March, the Nigerian Police Force, has always been in the news for more bad reasons than good.
Whenever I remember the death of these young Nigerian ladies who you are seeing their pictures below, a lot of words used to come to my heart because we can't no longer see them again. How can we describe the pain their families and friends went through when they heard that the young ladies were raped and killed? What type of position do you think their parents will be till now after the death of these ladies? My brothers and sisters who are reading this article, I hope you still remember Vera Uwaila Omozuwa,
Recently, the country, in June, declared a state of emergency on rape and sexual violence in all 36 states. Activist groups had previously staged a march and sent a memo to the House of Representatives, demanding that the Violence Against Prohibition Person’s Act (VAPP) be implemented. This understandably, was as a result of the surge in rape cases reported in May and June. Some cases include Barakat Bello who was raped and killed at her home, Vera Uwa Omozuwa was in like manner killed in a church