IBADAN DRAMA! 'I Am A Cultist But I Didn't Kill Maku'
Fatai Akinola is 33 years old and says he is the number one ranked member of the Aiye Confraternity in The Polytechnic Ibadan.
He has just been arrested with some others who are believed to be part of the killing of an ex-student of the school, Olatunji Hammed popularly known as Maku.
Maku was murdered around Apete area and the police have since launched a manhunt for his killers with their efforts now yielding results.
On Tuesday, at the Command Headquarters in Eleyele, the Oyo State Commissioner of Police, Abiodun Odude paraded the suspects who were arrested by the Sango police division and the Apete division.
"Investigation carried out by the Anti-Robbery section of the State CIID led to arrest of more suspects and recovery of arms, ammunition and other exhibits and they will be charged to court for further prosecution," the CP said.
But despite confessing to be the leader of a known violent cult group, Akinola insisted he knew nothing about the killing of the deceased.
"I am a student of the Polytechnic Ibadan and the number one Aye Confraternity in Ibadan but I am not the one who killed Maku and I don't know who killed him.
"I learnt that the deceased had a quarrel with one of us who is named Sunday popularly called Apata who is now at large.
"I was aware that our group had a clash with other groups but I still can't say if the deceased died in the process because we have settled the matter but later got to know that the matter has gone beyond our own settlement.
"I am not the killer of Maku, I am just a suspect," he concluded.
Apart from the ammunition recovered from the cult members, other exhibits recovered include two axes, cutlasses, charms, calabashes and other fetish items.
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