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A popular hotelier at Owo-Yewa in Ogun state, Alhaji Jimoh Bello was found dead in his car boot recently,and a young Herbalist have been arrested in connection with it.
The young man in his early 20,Misipode Dosu was reported to have been contacted by the deceased for a money ritual and was billed N300,000, which initial payment of N250,000 was made.
According to police report,the suspect poisoned his client when he couldn’t meet up his obligation.
The deceased was found on the 29th of May 2020 dead in the booth of his Toyota Camry car parked at Omo-Ilu Owotedo area, via Idiroko town. The residents of the area who noticed the car parked in their area started suspecting foul play when an offensive odor was gushing out of the vehicle and they subsequently reported at Idiroko divisional headquarters.
When the police got to the scene, the car door was forced open and the corpse of the deceased was discovered in the booth of the car.
The Csp Femi Olabode led team embarked on intelligence and technical based investigation which led them to the arrest of a 20yr old herbalist by name Misipode Dosu who happened to be the last person seen with the deceased.
On interrogation, the suspect reportedly confessed that the deceased contracted him for a money making ritual of which he was billed #300,000 out of which the deceased had paid him #250,000. But after some time, the deceased started pressurizing him that he has not seen any positive outcome of the ritual. Out of fear that the deceased might report him to the police for obtaining money from him under false pretence, he invited him to come for the final stage of the ritual at Idiroko.
Surprisely,On getting there, he gave him a concoction prepared with a poisonous substance to eat and the man slumped and died immediately he ate the concoction.
The suspect immediately put the deceased into the booth of his car and drove the car and parked it at the place where the corpse was recovered.
The Commissioner of Police, CP Edward A. Ajogun has directed that the suspect be arraigned before a court of competent jurisdiction as soon as the investigation is concluded