The Oyo State Police Command on Wednesday paraded Alex Akinyemi, an alleged accomplice in the killing of a student of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomosho, Miss Seun Adaramoye.
The remains of Adaramoye were found by passersby near a guest house at Under-G area of Ogbomosho on June 20, 2013.
Assistant Commissioner of Police, State Criminal Investigation Department, Iyanganku, Ibadan, Dansuki Galadanchi, said upon investigation, the owner of the guest house where the corpse was found told the police that his security guard was involved in the murder.
Galadanchi said, “When the owner of that guest house heard about the incident, he called the CCTV engineer to play back the video camera recording.
“He saw where one of his security men, Alex Akinyemi, carried the corpse. He quickly reported the matter to the police.
“On the receipt of the case, police swung into action and the security guards, namely Dauda Aliyu and Samuel Ojo, were arrested.
“When the CCTV was played back, they (guards) identified the person in the film to be one Alex Akinyemi, a day guard at the guest house at Under-G area of Ogbomosho.”
He explained that the security guard was arrested on July 6 in Ogbomosho.
He added that the corpse of the student was removed and taken to LAUTECH teaching hospital for post mortem.
Galadanchi said efforts were being intensified to arrest the fleeing suspect, Charles Aregbesola, while further investigation was being conducted.
The suspect, however, insisted that he was not the killer, saying another man he identified simply as Segun, was responsible.
Akinyemi said, “I have been working as a security guard in this guest house for over two months.
“I only know Segun aka police, as a resident of that area before I saw him dropping the corpse around 8am that day.
“He threatened to kill me with an axe that he was holding that day if I reported him to the police. He promised to give me N500, 000 but he did not give me.”
In a related development the SCID paraded a 50 – year-old man, Wajud Akande, for conspiracy, stealing and conversion of goods worth N1.2m.
Galadanchi said on June 5, 2013, Alhaji Lawal Mohammed reported that his co-worker chartered an Iveco truck with registration number XA 487 MGR to convey 4,554 cartons of soaps valued at N9.12m from Apapa, Lagos State to Zaki-Biam in Benue.
He said, “But the driver of the truck diverted the goods and sold it at Agbeni market in Ibadan. Upon investigation, Wajud Akande was arrested in his house in Molete, Ibadan were he kept part of the diverted goods.”
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