Man lists names of 20 persons he killed in Osun

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Ogun State Police Command has arrested one Saheed Wasiu, also known as K-Federal, who allegedly confessed to the killing of several persons.

According to a statement issued by the Command’s spokeswoman, Yemisi Opalola, Wasiu was previously wanted by the police for murder and cult-related crimes.

The suspect was detained by investigators from the Special Anti-Cultism section in the Alusekere region of Ede and is a member of the Rasheed Hammed, also known as Oko-Ilu-led Eiye Confraternity.

She said, “On 07/05/2023 at about 1400hrs, upon tip-off received that, one Saheed Wasiu ‘m’ popularly known as K-Federal, one of the deadly and notorious members of Rasheed Oko-Ilu led gangster was around Alusekere area, Ede, Osun State, Police detective from Special Anti-cultism unit swung into action and arrested the suspect.

“During the interrogation, he confessed to be a member of Eiye confraternity led by one Rasheed Hammed, a.k.a Oko-Ilu who has been arrested and remanded at correctional custody some time ago.”

Opalola revealed that the suspect admitted to actively participating in the killing of 20 people in Ede town.
She added,“

Osun River, Sagba area, Ede. Among the victims they have killed are: late Wale, Jamiu, Ganiyu, Azeez and Eyimba and others.”


Credit: Tribune

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