The Ondo State Police Command has paraded four suspects alleged to have been involved in the murder of a suspected internet fraudster, Tope Olorunfemi, who was killed in a case of jungle justice in Akure, the state capital.
Olorunfemi had been driving along Ijoka road when he had an accident and unfortunately killed a commercial motorcyclist, and injured six others.
Instead of helping him, those who were around at the time had resolved to carry out jungle justice.
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According to the State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) Funmi Odunlami, a total of seven suspects have been arrested in connection with the murder and arson of Olorunfemi, with four principal suspects paraded at the Commands headquarters in Akure.
The suspects were identified as Victor Amos, 30, Samuel Olatunji, 20, Ismaila Durotoye, 32, and Pelumi Farotimi, 42, and were arrested at different locations after the killing of Olorunfemi.
Speaking at the parade, the PPRO condemned the act of jungle justice, calling it illegal and against the law.
She emphasized the need for people to always report cases to the police rather than taking the law into their own hands.
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