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Suspected Lunatic Hacks Two Pupils To Death In Ogun

By Adenosine (M)March 13, 2018, 08:13:05 AM
A suspected lunatic, Lekan Adebisi, on Monday stormed St. John’s Primary School, Agodo, in Ogun Waterside Local Government Area of Ogun State and hacked two pupils to death.

The victims were Mubarak Kalesowo, and Sunday Obituyi. Both of them were 4-year-old and were in kindergarten class.

The suspect was said to have stormed the school while the pupils were on lunch break and did the havoc.

Adebisi who is said to be known in the community reportedly fled the scene immediately.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, confirmed the incident.

He said: “the Area Commander, as well as Divisional Police Officers in Ogbere and Abigi have moved to Agodo, and investigation has commenced into the incident.”

He said police operatives were already on the trail of the assailant, and definitely, he would be arrested.

Oyeyemi, an Assistant Superintendent of Police, said when caught, the suspect would be taken to the psychiatric hospital to determine his mental state.

Source Dailypost.ng


Re: Suspected Lunatic Hacks Two Pupils To Death In Ogun

By Adenosine (M)March 13, 2018, 08:16:46 AM
What kind of judgement can they subject this Lunatic to because of his state, I can't figure it out. He just truncated the lives of innocent children. I think the fault is from the school management, they suppose to be monitoring the movement of these children because they are still small.


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