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Monday, 6 August 2018

Guest Stabs Man to Death at Burial in Ogun State

The Ogun State Police Command has captured a 32-year-old man, Julius Oliseh, for professedly stabbing to death 23-year-old Isikilu Shittu at a burial at Mowe, in the Obafemi-Owode Local Government Area of the state.

The occurrence was said to have happened on Sunday, August 5, 2018, around 2pm in Ogunru town.

It was assembled that a contention had followed amongst Oliseh and Isikilu, and the speculate supposedly broke a jug and cut Isikilu in the neck, which prompted his passing.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, said the suspect was captured following an objection held up at the Mowe Police Station by Isikilu's sibling, Akeem Shittu.

He stated, "Akeem announced that he was at an entombment party with his sibling in Ogunru town through Mowe when contention followed between the suspect and his late sibling over an undisclosed minor issue.

"Subsequently, he said the presume broke a jug and wounded the casualty in the neck and he kicked the bucket on the spot."

Oyeyemi, a Deputy Superintendent of Police, said the Divisional Police Officer, Mowe Police Division, Francis Ebhuoma, drove his men to the scene where the suspect, who had been attempting to get away, was captured.

He said the cadaver of the casualty had been stored in a funeral home for post-mortem examination

He included that the state Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu, had requested the prompt exchange of the suspect to the Homicide Section of the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department, Abeokuta, for promote examination.

"The CP likewise cautioned that the order won't endure any demonstration of thuggery or hooliganism equipped for sending pure individuals to inopportune demise since human life is hallowed.

"The CP has additionally guaranteed the overall population that the suspect for this situation will confront the full rage of the law to fill in as an obstruction to others," Oyeyemi said.

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