Ogun Police Arrest 2 Brothers Negotiating To Sell Mother, Son For N600,000

Ogun Police Arrest 2 Brothers Negotiating To Sell Mother, Son For N600,000

From Tunde Osho – Abeokuta

Two brothers, Ayomide Babatunde and Gbenga Babatunde were in the early hours of today Friday 30th of December 2022, arrested by men of Ogun State Police Command for allegedly kidnapping a woman and her nine years old son for money ritual purposes.

The suspects were said to have been arrested following an information received by policemen at Oja Odan divisional headquarters, that the two brothers were negotiating on phone to sell a human being either in parts or alive depending on how the buyer wanted it for money making ritual.

The supposed buyer, one Jacob Olorunto was said to have informed the Baale of the community about the intention of the suspects, and the Baale quickly informed the police.

Spokesman of Ogun police command, SP Abimbola Oyeyemi in a statement made available to The SUPREME disclosed that, the supposed buyer was advised by the Police to play along with them in order to save the would be victims.

“On Wednesday 27th of December 2022, the suspects called the supposed buyer Jacob Olorunto and informed him that they had two human beings, a woman and her male child for sale .

They negotiated and settled for six hundred thousand naira (N600,000) as the price for the two persons.

On Thursday 29th of December 2022, one of the suspects, Ayomide Babatunde went to Ilaro and lured his 45 years old woman friend by name Taye Oluwole to follow him to Oja omOdan with her 9 years old son Remilekun Oluwole in order to celebrate the New Year with his father.

The woman innocently agreed to follow him, and along the road, they stopped over to pick the second suspect Gbenga Babatunde.

The two suspects from there, took the victims to Igbo Obe area of Oja Odan to meet the supposed buyer Jacob Olorunto, but they were rounded up by policemen in collaboration with some youths in the area at about 12:30 midnight, while the woman and her son were rescued. “

The two suspects have confessed to the commission of the crime.
Meanwhile, the Commissioner of Police, CP Lanre Bankole, has ordered that the suspects be transferred to State Criminal Investigation Departments for further investigation and diligent prosecution.

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