Commissioner of Police, Mr. Shina Tairu Olukolu, has said that the command, just two days ago,
got a piece of fresh statistics on the case requires the killing of a member of the House of Representatives, Honourable Temitope Olatoye, generally known as Sugar, on March 9.
CP Olukolu, however, describes that the police would not disclose the intelligence as the investigation into the killing of the legislator was still in progress, and that it was being picked up by a higher police authority, with the hold up of the command.
Among those paraded was a suspected cultist, who had reportedly been linked to the killing of some members of a rival cult group, while also terrorizing guiltless members of the collective in Ibadan metropolis.
The suspect, Chibuzor Nwanga (32) was arrested by operative of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) of the required, and he, later on, confessed to being the ‘CBN’ of Aiye confraternity, saddled with the duty of keeping the group’s weapons and other items stolen from members of the public.
Olukolu said the cult kingpin had been on the radar of the command for a while, “and on March 20, at about 8:00 p.m, operatives of SARS, led by the commander, CSP Olusola Aremu, arrested him the body of support information on his whereabouts.
The suspect acknowledges having masterminded series of heinous crimes, counting the killing of one Afeez a.k.a Afoo, who was a member of a rival cult group, Eiye confraternity, sometime in 2018, and two other Eiye members.
Recovered from him were six mobile phones and criminal charms, and efforts are currently in progress to arrest his other gang members who are at large,” Olukolu said.