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AbdulAzeez Ibrahim, suspected serial rapist & kidnapper, arrested by Ogun Police (PHOTO)

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AbdulAzeez Ibrahim, a suspected serial rapist, kidnapper, and murderer, was taken into custody on Sunday in the Imaweje neighborhood of Ijebu-Ode, according to the Ogun State Police Command.

Omolola Odutola, the command spokeswoman said that Ibrahim was taken into custody on Sunday morning at around 2:30 in the morning.

According to the command, the suspect was also the head and go-between for the Aye Confraternity, also known as the Neo- Movement.

Ibrahim was also said to be the second in charge, known as the fraternity’s “Butcher,” and the keeper of all the gang weapons that were used to terrorize certain Ijebu-Ode areas.

According to Odutola, Abraham was taken into custody early on Sunday morning. He identified himself as a final-year student at Ijegun’s Tai Solarin University of Education. He is a prolific murderer and rapist. A abduction case had already made him wanted.

“He maintains the weapons and ammo the group carried out their operations in the Ijebu region.” They call him the “Butcher” because they think he is the second in command. He is the group’s leader, and they are terrorizing various Ijebu-Ode towns.

The Special Weapons and Tactics squad assaulted his lair after receiving intelligence, recovering various weapons and charms. From his apartment, several items were found, including a fully functional Beretta with four live rounds, a pump-action Rifle-Josef with ten live rounds, an English long double barrel rifle, two locally made short single barrel rifles, one locally made short single barrel with two live rounds, and various body armor charms.

She mentioned that Abiodun Alamutu, the state’s commissioner of police, had promised to crack down on the state’s most infamous crime elements.

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“Through various sting operations, the Commissioner of Police, CP Alamutu Abiodun, has promised to eliminate all criminal elements, including syndicate groups notorious for kidnapping, armed robbery, rape, and cultism,” Odutola continued.

Recent cult killings and activities have been a problem for Ogun State. In the Sagamu area, one of the episodes apparently resulted in multiple deaths and numerous arrests.

In Ota town, in the state’s Ado-Odo Ota region, two unidentified individuals were allegedly butchered to death by suspected cultists last week.

In response to the increasing number of instances, the command has conducted several operations in the last few months to halt the spread of cultism throughout the state. During an operation in September 2023, the SWAT team apprehended Ogunnibi Hammed, a suspected gang leader, and eighteen other suspected members.

According to the authorities, Hammed was a well-known cultist who was well-known for his participation in horrific assaults against other cult organizations in the state.

Sodipo Azeez, popularly known as Bintobo, Ilori Gbenga, Lamina Yusuf, Kolawole Rasaq, Adelaja Otusanya, Adeyemi Soneye, Oseni Toheeb, ThankGod Naba, Lekan Qudus, Adelusi Omotayo, and Timothy Monday are among the other people who were taken into custody during the sting operations. Jacob Chidi, John Innocent, Ayangbile Victor, Ayoola Oladayo, Oboje Jeremiah, Ayomide Ishmael, and Jacob Sunday.

 


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