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RCCG Pastor Assassinated On The Pulpit During Church Service In Lagos

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Suspected assailants have killed a pastor with the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Bolanle Ibrahim inside his church, the King of King parish at Maidan village in the Mile 12 area of Lagos state.

It is reported that the clergyman was praying for mothers and their children when the suspected assailants stormed the church and tried to drag him out.

The distraught wife of the deceased, Mrs. Kudirat Ibrahim said on the fateful day her husband was killed, he was fasting.

She said for the period they courted she never suspected her husband to be a cultist, wondering where people heard that he was a cult member.

An aunt of the deceased pastor, Mrs. Justina Alebiosu, who confirmed the incident, alleged that it was a clear case of hired assassination.

“Even before they killed him, they showed him his picture to identify if he was actually the right person they came for. His death was an unfortunate one.

We have lost a gentleman. It was true we were born as Muslims, but we converted to Christianity.

My thinking is that my brother had business transaction with someone.

I was told when the assailants wanted to drag him out of the pulpit where he was praying for women who brought their children for dedication, he begged them to kill him there and that was where he was eventually killed by the gunmen.

The assailants also threatened to shoot any of the members of the church who dare come close to them.

Confirming the incident, the Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), CSP Muyiwa Adejobi said a man was attacked during church service. The assailants went for him in the church and that the police were investigating the case.

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How Ritual Killers Sold Hand Of Girl For N20,000, Other Hand Used For Money-Making Soap

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Ritualists suspected to be dealers in human parts have sold one of the hands of a young girl for a sum of N20,000 in Offa, Kwara State.

The Nigerian Tribune gathered that the hand of a reported missing girl, Rianat Yusuf, among her other body parts, was being sold by the suspected ritualist, Femi Adeniji, when he was arrested.

It was also gathered that the victim was sent on an errand last Tuesday, September 14, 20121, at about 12:00hrs at Amuyo area, Offa Kwara State to buy ‘Kulikuli’ which was to be used to drink Garri (cassava flakes) and had since not been seen.

Confirming what he described as the culpable homicide and trafficking in human parts, the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Okasanmi Ajayi, warned of grave legal consequences for perpetrators of crimes and criminality in Kwara State.

Ajayi said: “The Kwara State Police command wishes to reiterate for the umpteenth time her intolerance to any form or acts of criminality and lawlessness in the state.

“The command, therefore, wishes to advise criminal elements to vacate Kwara State or risk being arrested, prosecuted and be permanently accommodated in the Correctional facilities.

“The command wishes to call the attention of parents and guidance to the rising incidents of ritual murders among the youth for money ritual purposes.

“One of such killing was recorded on 14/9/2021 at about 12:00hrs, when one Rianat Yusuf ‘female’ of Amuyo area, Offa Kwara state left her home on an errand to buy ‘Kulikuli’ which was to be used to drink Garri (cassava flakes) and had since not seen.

“A case of missing person was reported at Offa Divisional Police headquarters by her father, one Yusuf Taofeek, ‘male’ of Amuyo area of Offa.

“Investigation, however, led to the discovery of a headless body of a young lady with her two hands missing, at an uncompleted building at Amuyo area Offa, which was later identified by the father to be that of the missing girl.

“In the cause of investigation, one Femi Adeniji ‘male’ of the same area was arrested and he confessed to being in possession of the head and hands of the deceased Rianat Yusuf.

“He confessed further that he had sold one of the hands to his accomplice who is presently at large for the sum of N20,000.

“Another arrested suspect by name Shittu Abdulmalik Wale ‘male’ of Imam compound, Offa also confessed to have used the second hand of the deceased for money-making soap.

“Investigation into the matter is ongoing, the suspects will be charged to court at the conclusion of the investigation.”

Meanwhile, the Commissioner of Police, Mr Tuesday Assayomo wishes to advise the youth to shun the desire for quick and easy money, saying there is no alternative to hard work.

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Osun: Liquor Trader Reports Self To Police After Stabbing Customer To Death

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A seller of locally brewed liquor, aka Ogogoro, in Ifon Orolu, Osun State, Mumini Olanipekun, on Sunday, allegedly stabbed to death one of his customers, identified as Wale, during a scuffle at his pub.

The suspect, it was learnt was arrested by the Osun police authority, after reporting himself at the Ifon Police Division on Monday.

A fight had ensued between Olanipekun and Wale when the latter visited the pub for a drink.

During the fight, the suspect allegedly stabbed the deceased in the neck and stomach with a broken bottle, as he fled the scene.

A resident, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told our correspondent that the victim died on the way to a hospital.

He said, “The incident happened late on Sunday. The owner of the pub, Mumini Olanipekun, got into a fight with one of the patrons, Wale. During the fight, Olanipekun was said to have stabbed the deceased with a broken bottle in the neck and stomach.

“The deceased did not die on the spot. I was told he died on the way to a hospital. I don’t know the cause of their fight, but all of us in the neighborhood were seized with fear after those that witnessed the incident fled after the man died.”

The Osun State Police Public Relations Officer, Yemisi Opalola, confirmed the incident to our correspondent.

She said, “The suspect was the seller of the liquor and the man that was allegedly stabbed to death was in the pub to drink. There was a fight and the man was stabbed to death. The suspect is in custody already. Investigation is ongoing.”

 

 

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BREAKING: Police Arrest Alleged Killers Of Ex-governor Dariye’s Father

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The killers of Pa Defwan Dariye, father of former Plateau State Governor, Joshua Dariye have been arrested by the Nigeria Police.

The 93-year-old man was killed after his abductors collected N10million ransom from his family.

Jethro Nguyen, 53, leader of the gang, an indigene of Bokos, explained that he hired 10 others, among them are some Fulani herders to abduct the elderly man from his palace.

He said he was kept at their hideout for about 10 days before he was killed.

The gang leader was paraded at the Force headquarters in Abuja, on Wednesday and confessed that he gave a gang member the order to shoot the old man.

On why they abducted the old man, he explained, “We abducted the deceased because he was a good target to make money as his son was a one-time governor of Plateau State and Senator of the Federal Republic.”

 

 

 

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