Suspected cultist arrested, confesses killing three men in Ogun

A suspected cultist, Suleiman Ganiyu, who the police described as “a infamous serial killer” has been arrested.

Ganiyu, a member of Eiye cult group, had been on the needed listing of the Command for fairly a while now, Ogun State police picture maker, Abimbola Oyeyemi, mentioned in a press release on Wednesday.

Oyeyemi revealed that the suspect was arrested after a misery name was obtained from Itamerin Complete Excessive College, In the past-Iwoye that the Ganiyu had visited the college premises and began taking pictures, as a result of his youthful brother, who’s a pupil of the college, was crushed.

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In consequence, the DPO of In the past-Iwoye, CSP Paul Omiwole, was mentioned to have led his patrol workforce to the college however earlier than the arrival of the police, the suspect had run away.

Nevertheless, he was traced to his hideout at Imosan Road, Oru-Ijebu, the place he was nabbed, DAILY POST learnt.

“On interrogation, he confessed being a number one member of Eiye confraternity. He confessed additional that he was the one who killed one Awokale Olusegun (a.ok.a Lala) on the twenty seventh of February 2020, over a supremacy battle, following which he was declared needed by the police.

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“He additionally confessed being accountable for the dying of 1 “Babasco” and one Dapo at Ijebu-Igbo in 2015 throughout a conflict between his group and Aye cult group.

“Additional investigation revealed that the suspect was the mind behind a sequence of violent cult-related clashes in In the past-Iwoye, Awa-Ijebu, Oru-Ijebu, Ilaporu and Ijebu-Igbo within the current previous,” Oyeyemi acknowledged.

In the meantime, the suspect is to be transferred to the State CIID for discreet investigation and subsequent prosecution.

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