Police Arrest Man For Allegedly Stabbing His Mother In-law To Death In Ogun (Photo)

 

The suspect descended heavily on his mother-in-law before stabbing her to death for confronting him.

Operatives of the Ogun state police command have arrested a 28-year-old man identified as Opeyemi Adeola Ganiyu, for allegedly stabbing his mother-in-law, Abosede Oyewole to death.

A statement released by DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, spokesperson of the state police command, states that the suspect was arrested following a report made at Atan Ota divisional headquarters by one Odunayo Mathew, who reported that the suspect, who is married to the daughter of the deceased, is fond of beating his wife on slight provocation.

”On a fateful day, the suspect, as usual, had beaten up his wife and inflicted injuries on her. The deceased went to meet him in order to warn him to desist from beating her daughter.

On sighting the deceased in his house, the suspect descended heavily on her, beat her mercilessly before stabbing her on her ribs with a knife.

The deceased was rushed to a hospital for treatment but gave up the ghost in the process.

Having heard that the victim has died, the suspect took to flight. The Dpo Atan ota division csp Abolade Oladigbolu there and then detailed his detectives to go after him and bring him to justice. The detectives embarked on intelligence based investigation, which led them to his hideout in Ikorodu Lagos state where he was eventually apprehended.

Preliminary investigation revealed that, the suspect is a member of notorious cult group in the area. He was also one of those who led hoodlums to burn down Atan ota police division during the endsars protest, and killed the divisional crime officer on the 21st of October 2020.” the statement in part read

Oyeyemi added that the state Commissioner of Police, Edward Awolowo Ajogun, has ordered the immediate transfer of the suspect to homicide section of the state criminal investigation and intelligence department for discreet investigation.

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