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The Oyo State Police command has arrested a suspect in connection
with the killing of his daughter, Miss Kausara Isiaka for allegedly
converting to Christianity.
The suspect was alleged by Reverend Daniel Oladimeji, one of the
four persons he attacked with machete that he suspected him to be the
brain behind the attack.
According to the Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Olabisi
Ilobanafor, one Mary Oladimeji, of Calvary Church, Ayekale,
Ibadan reported the incident at the station at about 02:00 hours of
February 26th 2014.
Though, the police are yet to determine his culpability or otherwise,
the suspect allegedly sneaked into the church premises and inflicted
machete cuts on the four persons.
The victims’ names, according to the police, are Mary, Kausara
Isiaka, Aanu and the pastor of the church.
It was further gathered that the father of the deceased who is a
Muslim, allegedly pleaded severally with his daughter and threatened
her to review her decision.
The police stated that the girl had to take refuge in the church.
But, on that fateful day, a yet-to-be identified attacker broke in and
inflicted machete injuries on the victims while they were sleeping.
Out of the four victims, the police confirmed that her injuries were
more severe than others.
Mary, the daughter of the suspect and other victims were rushed to
Mobolaji Hospital, Oremeji, Ibadan where she later died.
“DSP Ilobanafor said the police visited the scene, took photographs
and moved the remains of the deceased to Adeoyo State Hospital
mortuary for autopsy. One suspect was arrested and case transferred
to the Assistant Commissioner of Police, State Criminal
Investigation Department”.
In similar development, a three-man robbery gang who specialize in
stealing Nissan vehicle products have been arrested.
Seven vehicles were said to have been recovered from the suspects
whose names were given as Saheed Oloruntoyin (27), Ibrahim
Tijani (30) and Lukmon Oladimeji.
They were arrested in Oyo in February 16 while allegedly sharing
their loots.
Number plates of the recovered vehicles are Abuja CB 769 RBC ,
Abuja YF 154 YAB, Abuja GWA 435 AS, Niger BE 218 MNA,
EPE 506 AJ (Lagos), BDJ 319 FQ (Oyo) and YYY 579 AAA
(Oyo).
The suspects were said to have confessed to be a three-man gang
who specialized in snatching cars from Oyo State and Federal
Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja.
According to her, any vehicle snatched at Abuja was brought to Oyo
and sold.

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