Amid Rumors, Police Opens Up On Who Killed Lovers Found Dead In A Vehicle | DETAILS
OGUN: Amid Rumors, Police Opens Up On Who Killed Lovers Found Dead In A Vehicle | DETAILS
The Ogun state police command has clarified the controversy surrounding the death of two suspected lovers found dead in a parked Sienna bus in the NASFAT Islamic Centre along the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.
Reactions had trailed the discovery with many suggesting that the duo died during a s-ex romp in the vehicle which was said to have parked for two days before an offensive odor started emanating from it.
It was later discovered that the odor was from the decomposing bodies of the deceased.
Speaking in a statement, the state Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, revealed that the male body was that of a contractor identified as Hakeem Oladimeji.
Oladimeji was said to have had an argument with his girlfriend (the female body) whom he rented an apartment for in Lagos State.
The argument was said to have degenerated when Oladimeji hit his girlfriend with a stick and she slumped and died.
According to the PPRO, Oladimeji confessed to the crime in a suicide note he wrote to his wife before allegedly taking his own life.
“The man’s name is Hakeem Oladimeji; he and his girlfriend were the ones found dead in a Sienna vehicle parked at the entrance of the NASFAT campground. Oladimeji lived in Ogun State, but rented an apartment for his girlfriend in Lagos State.
“A fight broke out between them without anyone knowing the cause of the fight and he hit her head with a stick and she slumped. Immediately, he deposited her corpse in his car, drove straight to his house, but those who saw him carrying the corpse into his car reported the case at the Ilaje Police Station at Bariga.
“When he got home, he dropped a suicide note for his wife, which stated that he had killed someone and he’s going to commit suicide and she shouldn’t bother looking for him.
“He drove his dead girlfriend straight to the Ibafo area of Ogun State, parked his car close to the entrance of the NASFAT Islamic Centre, brought out an insecticide, wound up the glasses, drank it and died.”
Meanwhile, the decomposing bodies were taking to the Ibafo Police Station before taking it to a morgue.
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