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Police command in Kwara State, north central Nigeria, have come up with an update on a strange killing of Musibau Aliu, a commercial tricycle operator, in the state capiital suburb called Alorin.

Police say that it currently has arrested three suspects,  Abdullahi Ibrahim of Medina Area, Ilorin; Ismaila Ajirerin, aged 38, from Akata Compound, Alore, Ilorin; Adeola Adeosun, aged 40, from Omo Compound, Eruda, Ilorin in connection with the killing of Aliu.

Aliu was found dead a few days after being declared missing with body parts missing.

Killings bearing such imprimaturs are largely believed to be that of ritual murders in most part of Nigeria.

But recent instances in the state have forced a different thinking among crack detectives within the Kwara police command.

More or less, such killings, theorized some police authorities might necessarily be from organ harvesting or simple misdirection from a case of targeted killing by cultists.

According to police account on the recent killing in Ilorin of Aliu, a certain bloke, Mr Olarenwaju Saliman of Alorin Area, Ilorin had on March 10th, 2024, at 10:00hrs sauntered into the a division of the police in his area to lodge complaint on Aliu.

According to Suleiman, Aliu, his brother, left home two days earlier with his tricycle for commercial purposes and has since not returned home.

Despite exhaustive efforts to trace him, including repeated calls to his phone number which was unanswered, Mr Aliu remained missing.

On March 10th, 2024, same day of filing the report, the police authority received information regarding the discovery of a headless corpse in an uncompleted building along Okolowo Expressway, by Daru-Salam Area.

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“Upon arrival at the scene, a decomposing male corpse was found with its head, part of the buttocks, and both wrists severed was found,” explained Ejire Toun Adeyemi, a deputy superintendant of police, DSP, and spokesperson for the police in the state.

Mr. Saliman, the complainant later identified the corpse as his brother.

Until his death, Aliu was the Chairman of the Tricycle Owners and Riders Association of Nigeria (TOAN), Idiose, Alorin.

 

 

 


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