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Gunmen invade Ogun community, shoot six persons



Some gunmen suspected to be land grabbers have reportedly shot no fewer than six individuals in Jegede village of Igbesa, Ado-Odo/Ota Native Authorities Space of Ogun State.

Ogun Police spokesman, Abimbola Oyeyemi confirmed the incident, saying three of the gunmen had been already in police custody.

Oyeyemi recognized the suspected land grabbers as Kamoru Ayodele, Adewale Muyibi and Taofeek Ogundele. He mentioned the trio had been arrested on Monday after invading the Awori group.

The suspects had been mentioned to have inflicted accidents on some villagers of their try to take over their land.


Based on Oyeyemi, the arrest of the three males adopted a misery name obtained by the police at Agbara division.

Having obtained the misery name, Oyeyemi disclosed that the DPO of Agbara Division, SP Saleh Dahiru, led his males to the scene the place the six males had been shot by the assailants.

The six victims – Shoneye Akeem, Sunday Okorie, Jimoh Musibau, Hamzat Idiris, Lakan Oloyede and Akande Oyedeji had been rescued to the hospital by the police.

“Whereas three amongst the hoodlums had been apprehended, others escaped,” Oyeyemi mentioned, including that the Commissioner of Police had directed that the suspects be transferred to the State CIID for additional investigation, as he ordered a manhunt for the fleeing members of the gang.

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