The Ogun State Police command has recovered the head of the 2 year old boy that was beheaded recently at Ofada, Mowe area, in Obafemi Owode Local Government of Ogun State.
The boy was beheaded at Ofada area Owode Egba on the 12th day of April by one Mamodu Bashir Ibrahim, who fled the scene immediately he perpetrated the evil act but was later arrested at Mowe on 16th April by the police detectives attached to the Department of Criminal Investigation Eleweran Abeokuta with the help of community members in the area.
The PRO of the Ogun State Police Command, DSP Muyiwa Adejobi told Street Journal that “the suspect took the investigation team to Mokola area of Ibadan Oyo State where the head was recovered in a bag in the bush on Tuesday 22nd April”. The Police spokesman stated that the suspect has confessed to the crime but is still keeping some information to himself as to those who sent him to get the “commodity”.
He also made it known that the Commissioner of Police, Ogun State, CP Ikemefuna Okoye has directed the detectives to intensify efforts to uncover the buyers and those who engage in such dirty deals.
In a related development, Police operatives attached to Adatan Division of the Ogun State Command , led by the Divisional Police Officer, have arrested 4 suspects in connection to the killing of a suspected person of unsound mind known as Kazeem Akindele, 35 years of No 1, Onikola Street Iberekodo Abeokuta on Tuesday 22nd April about 6pm at Kugba area Abeokuta for allegedly attempting to kidnap a 19-year-old lady.
According to a release issued by the Police, the deceased was attacked by the suspects and other angry youths in the area who are at large presently. It was also stated that the commissioner of police has ordered for the arrest of the fleeing suspects who embarked on that jungle justice that led to the death of the mad man.
The names of the arrested suspects, two females inclusive, were given as Fausat Ogunbiyi, Mariam Yahaya, Blessing Joseph, and Nurudeen Adebayo.
It was also stated in the release that CP Ikemefuna Okoye has directed that anyone caught perpetrating jungle justice or attempting to do so should be arrested and prosecuted accordingly as the police will not in any way tolerate such obnoxious and criminal act again.
Adejobi told Street Journal that the suspects would be charged to court as soon as investigations are concluded.