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Ogun State Police Command said it had arrested one Kehinde Jelili, alias Oluomo, for allegedly killing a terminal operator point-of-sale, Abodun Odebunmi, and an Uber driver, Idowu Ademiluyi.
State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, said detectives from the command followed Jelili for about three months before the attack ended.
Oyeyemi said Jelili was arrested after he returned to the state of Cotonou in Benin Republic where he went to attend the trial of the embattled Agitator Yoruba Nation on Sunday Adeyemo, also known as Sunday igboho
Police said Jelili serial killer was arrested with three others identified as Abiodun Akinola, Johnson Fakeye, and Jamiu Akinola. They allegedly burned remnants N4m OdeBunmi after stealing from him.
Three vehicles – a Toyota Camry, a Toyota Corolla and a Toyota Rave 4 – whose owners were killed, recovered from the gang.
Oyeyemi said the suspects were arrested on Wednesday after a report lodged at the police station by an officer Onipanu division POS, Aanu Saluudeen.
The suspect was arrested in the border town of Ogun
PPRO explained that Salaudeen, who worked for Odebunmi, reported that his boss leave their offices in Aparadija earlier in the day to meet with customers.
Odebunmi said to be missing since then.
Oyeyemi, in a statement entitled, “Serial Killers who specialize in robbing and killing POS operator and Uber arrested in Ogun,” according Salaudeen, they previously did N1.5m transaction with the person who invited his boss the previous day, and it is the same person who call her boss to meet him in Oju-Ore to perform POS transactions other than N4m.
“After the report, police in Onipanu started an investigation on the loss of the person. Their efforts paid off when the victim’s body was found burned in an unfinished building in the area Arobieye OTA without a trace attackers.
“Team CSP Femi Olabode LED murder, as directed by the CP, start the technical and intelligence-based investigation, which directs them to Otun Ekiti State in the State, where the suspects were found hibernation.
“Regarding Ekiti, the suspects got wind of the presence of detectives and quickly fled to Offa in Kwara State.
“With the determination to arrest him, the team continued to follow him and they later received information that he was in the Republic of Benin, where he went to attend a court session Sunday head Adeyemo, aka Sunday Igboho, and that he would soon come to Nigeria.