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Ogun: Alleged serial killer declared sought after for inflicting havoc in Gov Abiodun’s fatherland

The police in Ogun State have introduced a manhunt for one Feyisola Dosumu who they described as a serial killer, inflicting havoc in Iperu, the fatherland of Governor Dapo Abiodun.

DAILY POST learnt that citizens of Abiodun’s fatherland are but to recuperate from the trauma that gripped them when the alleged serial killer went on a killing spree on Tuesday.

It was once collected that the younger guy, had allegedly hacked no fewer than 3 individuals to dying at Iperu and a close-by group.

Dosumu, it was once collected, is an alleged infamous cultist and drug addict.

On Tuesday, he was once mentioned to have killed two individuals, one each and every at Iperu and Ogere, all in Ikenne Native Executive space of Ogun State.

The mentioned Dosumu, who’s popularly referred to as Spartan, was once reported to have hacked a nursing mom to dying with a machete at Ogere.

After this, he reportedly killed a safety guard hooked up to a poultry farm at Iperu Remo.

DAILY POST collected that the brand new Commissioner of Police within the state, Edward Ajogun, had visited Iperu and Ogere over the unlucky incident.

Lower than two weeks in the past, Dosumu was once reported to have visited a farm at Iperu, killing about 100 chickens.

Citizens of Ogere and Iperu are nonetheless in concern because the sought after Feyisola was once mentioned to have threatened to kill as many as conceivable.

Talking, the Ogun State Police Spokesperson, Abimbola Oyeyemi, disclosed that the police have been rather acutely aware of the incident.

Oyeyemi mentioned that some tactical squads were deployed to the world with the intention to fish out Dosumu.

In keeping with him, the police are on best of the location, including that the person is already on police sought after record.

He mentioned policemen are already combing far and wide to get Dosumu arrested.

Oyeyemi confident that the suspect would quickly be apprehended “to pay for his grievous offence.”

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