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The Kwara State Police Command on Monday paraded 36-year-old Medical doctor, Dr Adio Abbas Adeyemi, in connection with the killings of four persons in the State.

Midlandpost gathered that Adeyemi was the Chief Medical Director at Kaiama General Hospital, Kwara State, who was described as a serial killer and in whose office the police found the buried corpse of a woman, according to reports.

Nofisat Halidu, his victim had been declared missing since November 2021.

There were other cases of missing people, whose deaths were traced to the doctor, including a young lady whose copse was thrown into the bush at Alapa.

Addressing journalists during the parade of the suspect at the Nigeria Police Headquarters in Ilorin, the Commissioner of police, Paul Odama, said a case of culpable homicide was reported at Alapa Police Station to the effect that a lifeless body of a young, unknown lady was found in the bush beside the road with a violent mark of injury on her head and blood on her face.

According to the CP “Investigation into the case revealed that one Dr. Abass Adio Adeyemi was last seen with the deceased Ifeoluwa.

“The circumstances surrounding the missing Ifeoluwa at Tanke and her being found dead at Alapa necessitated heightened suspicion that the Doctor knew something about the missing lady.

While the command was searching for the Doctor, news filtered in that Edo State Police Command had arrested Dr Abbas Adio Adeyemi in connection with another case of killing.

He Explained that the command in an effort to get to the root of the serial murder case in Kwara state succeeded in getting him released to the command to help in the investigation.

“He confessed to having killed Ifeoluwa by hitting her with an object on the head and dumped the body at a bush in Alapa, he also confessed to having earlier sedated and causing the kidnap and killing of one Abubakar Malam Abubakar ‘M’ and killing of one Nafisat Halidu ‘f’ a casual worker at General Hospital both in Kaiama and concealed her body in a trash-can, filled the trash-can with cement and kept inside a locked store in the General Hospital Kaiama with the key in his procession.

“He also confessed to the killing of one unknown lady buried inside the same general hospital store. Both bodies were exhumed, recovered and deposited at the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital Ilorin.

The Suspect also confessed further to having been lured into organ harvesting by a yet-to-be-identified syndicate.

The commissioner added that a discreet investigation is still in progress to unravel other killings perpetrated by the suspect and his syndicate.

Some Items recovered, Toyota Camry LE. REG. NO.: WSN 494 AA, One black and one pink female handbag, One Infinix phone, One Tecno phone, Female Wig, A black veil and one female pant and an Industrial waste bin.

He, however, said Dr Adio Abbas Adeyemi would soon be charged in court.

In another development, on February 17, 2023, at about 2350 hours, Musa Saka ‘M’ and Ridwan Shehu ‘M’ both of Onile-Aro village and Isanlu farm settlements escaped and reported at Oke-Ero Police Division that some armed men invaded their farm settlements

Policemen from the Division and vigilantes in the area were mobilized and stormed the identified farm settlements, they were greeted on arrival at the scene with hails of bullets shot by the invaders.

The engagement by the police and vigilantes led to the neutralization of two of the unknown armed men, and one of the vigilantes sustained some gunshot injuries and is presently recuperating in the hospital.

Meanwhile, two AK-47 rifles with four live rounds of ammunition were recovered, and the bodies of the two unknown gunmen have been deposited in the mortuary while efforts are already in top gear to arrest the remaining fleeing suspects.



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