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I’ve lured, killed seven women through ‘hookup’ app — Ritualist confesses



A suspected ritual killer, Adebayo Olamide Azeez, has revealed the method he employed to lure and murder seven women through a ‘hookup’ app.

The 32-year-old Azeez, who confessed to being part of a ritualist gang specialising in killing women for money, was paraded at the Ogun State headquarters of the Nigerian Police, Eleweran, Abeokuta.

The arrest of Azeez followed the apprehension and public parade of other gang members by operatives of the State Command, including Moses Abidemi Awuraji, Oluwo Samuel Monday, Peter Oluwalolese, Jamiu Yusuf, Akinwunmi Ifatosin, Sheriff Agbai, and Osojieahen Alioneitouria.

All were accused of the heinous crime of killing 35-year-old Sulaimon Adijat for money rituals through the ‘hookup’ app.

The State Commissioner of Police, Abiodun Alamutu, disclosed that Azeez, who had been evading arrest, was captured on February 23 from his hideout.

Alamutu disclosed the collaboration between Azeez and Awuraji, a herbalist, in strangulating the victims to death.

The dismembered body parts were then allegedly sold to Oluwo Monday Samuel and Alfa Ariwo (still at large) for ritualistic purposes.

Alamutu added, “The three suspects confessed to the killing of ten different ladies at the Igbo Olomi residence of Moses Abidemi.”

Azeez, narrating his modus operandi, explained, “I got the ladies from MyChat, a hookup app. When contacted by Awuraji, I’d negotiate with the victims on the app, finalise the deal, and provide my address in Atan-Ota.”

“I would pick them up, and transport them to Awuraji’s house, where we executed the heinous act.

“I do not know the ultimate purpose of the group; my role was merely to source victims through ‘hookup’ and collect payment.”

“Abidemi’s wife (Awuraji Mariam) will pin their legs down while I strangle them. I joined the gang in September 2023, and we have killed seven ladies. These were the ladies that I brought to the house that we killed.

“I don’t know what they use the corpses of the ladies for. My job is just to scout for the ladies from the ‘hookup’ app and bring them in. They don’t usually tell me the amount they will give; at times, they pay me N30,000; other times, they give me N40,000.

“I can’t say no to them whenever they ask me to bring the ladies. I don’t know who they sell the body parts to, and I don’t ask them about it.”

While assuring the public that investigations were ongoing to identify other potential victims, Alamutu urged those with missing relatives to report to the police with photographs for assistance.

He added, “The shocking revelations from Azeez’s confession have sent shockwaves through the community, highlighting the need for increased vigilance and awareness regarding online interactions.”

“Authorities are working tirelessly to bring justice to the victims and their families while dismantling the ritualist gang responsible for these horrifying crimes.

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Police intensify manhunt for bandits after Katsina killings



The Katsina State Police Command said it remained resolute in its pursuit to arrest attackers following the brutal killing of 26 individuals in the state.

On June 9, 2024, the command confirmed that armed bandits launched attacks on Gidan Tofa village and Dan Nakwabo village, both situated in Kankara LGA, Katsina State.

The assailants claimed the lives of 20 people, injured two individuals, and ambushed an Armoured Personnel Carrier patrol team, resulting in the tragic deaths of four police officers and two members of the Katsina State Community Watch Corps.

In a phone interview with Saturday PUNCH, the State Police Public Relations Officer, Abubakar Aliyu, affirmed the command’s unwavering determination to bring the attackers of this heinous act to justice.

Despite no arrests have been made, Aliyu reassured the public that the police force was actively determined to apprehend the culprits.

He said, “We are still on it. No arrest made yet. We are intensifying efforts to ensure the arrest of the perpetrators no matter how long it is. We are going to pursue every lead to ensure there is an arrest.”

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INSECURITY: Police bans ‘Keke-Napep’ operations, motorcycles for Eid-ul-Adha celebrations



The Plateau State Commissioner of Police, CP Emmanuel Adesina, has announced the suspension of commercial tricycle operations, commonly referred to as Keke-Napep, on Sunday, June 16th, and Monday, June 17th, 2024.

Additionally, CP Adesina reiterated the existing ban on commercial motorcycle operations, known as “Okada,” within the Jos-Bukuru metropolis. He cautioned troublemakers to avoid the state during the Eid-ul-Adha celebrations.

This was made known in a statement by the State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Alfred Alabo.

The statement reads: “As Muslim faithful and their well-wishers will be celebrating Eid-ul-Adha in a few days, the Plateau State Commissioner of Police, CP Emmanuel Adesina has revitalized the security architecture throughout the State by deploying additional personnel to flashpoints and strategic positions throughout the State.

“In light of the foregoing, the CP wishes to warn all mischief makers and criminally minded individuals who may want to foment trouble, thereby disrupting the fragile peace currently being enjoyed on the Plateau to desist from such, as the Command under his watch is fully prepared to deal decisively with them by the extant laws.

“To Parents/Guardians, Traditional and Religious leaders, the CP urges them to warn their wards, followers, and congregants to avoid any act that may cause a bridge of the peace in the State.
The Plateau Command remains resolute in executing its constitutional mandate of safeguarding the lives and properties of all residents of Plateau State.

“Consequently, the CP has placed a ban on the activities of commercial Tricycle operators popularly known as Keke-Napep on Sunday, the 16th day of June 2024, and Monday the 17th day of June 2024, while the total ban on the operation of commercial motorcycles also known as “Okada” within the Jos-Bukuru metropolis remains in force.”

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Popular Tiktoker Caught Using Fake Alert to Buy iPhone + Video



A popular Tiktoker has been disgraced in public.

This comes after he was caught while attempting to buy an iPhone 13 Pro Max worth N930k using fake alert.

The young man who is identified as @call_me_smartfx on TikTok is quite popular on the app for being rich.

He tried scamming the phone seller with a fake alert for the phone said to be worth N900k.

See reactions to the video below

@G)🧸💐 wrote: “U for sell the Benz take buy the 13 pro max na 😭😂”

@💙🌹🎭Ur favourite ex 💗🎈💙🌻 wrote: “smart fx wey use fake alert wan buy iPhone 13 Pro Max. sure say no be fake alert e de use buy other stuff”

@maskthug78 advised: “😅😅😅 No let pressure paint u red ooo , no matter ur money u can’t be the richest do ur best and enjoy life”

@Toxic☣️🇳🇬 said: “Later una go say na Yahoo or Grace, but na Ole una just be 😭😂”

@mosco_gentle reacted: “😂😂nawa pressure tiwa. all this una evil circle and witchcraft girlfriends when una de keep Dey over pressure una abi u just de pressure urself over nothing to use oppress people or which kind embarrassment come be this iPhone 13 na food?
Og wire u won even wire fake tf 😂💀 akpor 🤣uyah move na😂😂😂”

Watch video below:

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