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Suspected cultist confessed to killing six people

Suspected cultist confessed to killing six people

A suspected cultist, Lukman Shonubi, aka Tinny, has confessed to killing at least six persons.

He made the confession after he was tracked and arrested by men of the State Police Command.

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The suspect said to be a leader of the Eiye Confraternity had been under police investigation long before his arrest.

Tinny’s arrest was sequel to an intelligence by the state’s So Safe Corps that the suspect whom the command had been looking for was causing pandemonium at an event to distract and rob the unsuspecting victims, the police spokesperson in Ogun state, Omolola Odutola, said

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Odutola said the suspect was arrested at the event and he confessed to killing six people and stealing handbags, phones, an Automated Teller Machine card, a power bank and cash of about N300,000.

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The police spokesperson said, “So Safe Corps shared intelligence with the police that the most wanted notorious criminal, Lukman Shonubi, aka Tinny which the police have been tracking was sighted at a function fomenting trouble to distract his victims, then dispossess them of their valuables. This time, the police were faster than him, arriving in the nick of time, rounded him, further arrested him, and took him away from the event………………………………….CONTINUE READING

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“Tinny, on interrogation, has confessed that he had killed over six persons as a cultist, and had robbed supermarkets, where he robbed a woman at gunpoint, stealing handbags, phones, ATM card, power bank and cash of about N 300,000.”

While items such as a locally made gun were retrieved from the suspect’s residence following a search at his hideout, the command noted that it was intensifying efforts to apprehend Tinny’s gang members

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