Deadly Ekiti murderer Ojo sentenced to death (

Deadly Ekiti murderer Ojo sentenced to death


to report himself in respect of the case, with the facts and figures arising from the separate Police and C.I.Ds preliminary investigations as carried out by Inspectors Arowosola Tunde, Lasisi Bashiru and Adewusi Adefisayo, the incident was charged to court for prosecution.

The PW2, Inspector Lasisi Bashiru, of the state C.I.D., Ado Ekiti, Homicide Section said the Defendant confessed to the crime, that on 13/5/2018, when he was taking his bath inside a bathroom, Kareem Adu, the deceased, came to carry a motorcycle which he parked in front of his house.

He said the defendant added that, after finishing his bath, he went to the house of the deceased and met him where he was sleeping.

The defendant then jerked the deceased with his cloth on his neck and the deceased fell unconscious, he explained.

Justice Ogunyemi, in his judgement said, Having carefully considered and weighed the evidence adduced before the court by the Prosecution Witnesses and that of the defendant himself,, it is my finding that the defendant caused the death of the deceased by holding and pressing his neck and throat.

On the whole, I find the defendant guilty as charged.

Agnes Adu rushed to the station with the complaint that her husband had been killed at OdoUro by one Ismaila Mohammed Ojo over an ownership disputation and physical tussle in respect of an Haojue motorcycle in which the defendant was alleged to have strangled the deceased to death.

The defendant was said to have gone to the state C.I.D.

The Ekiti State High Court, Ekiti on Tuesday sentenced Ismaila Mohammed Ojo to death by hanging for strangling another man to death.

The convict strangled Kareem Adu to death over ownership dispute of a motorcycle at OdoUro in IrepodunIfelodun local government area of the state.

Justice Olusegun Ogunyemi held that the defendant was found guilty of onecount charge of murder contrary to section 316 and punishable under section 319 of the Criminal Code Law Cap C16 Law of Ekiti State 2012.

The Prosecution Witness1 (PW1), Inspector Arowosola Tunde, said one Mrs.


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